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Weaving for her wrist

  - Boaz Joseph / Surrey Leader
— image credit: Boaz Joseph / Surrey Leader

Paying attention to instructor Todd DeVries, Sandie Laver separates the warps she's cut to make a cedar bracelet at a cedar weaving workshop at the Surrey Museum on Saturday (Sept. 29).

The event coincided with the Baskets for Barter exhibit, which is on display at the Museum until Dec. 22.

The exhibit honours the tradition of Coast Salish basket weaving and exchange along the lower Fraser River.

 

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