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All natural materials, for examples linen/flax, hemp, nettle, wool, cotton, silk, grass, feathers, willow. Local/home-grown/harvested materials preferred over store-bought ones.

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darn a sock
sew a patch onto one of the following:
   - an elbow of a shirt
   - the knee of pants
   - a quilt or tote bag
make a small pillow
   - stuff with straw, bedstraw, wool, or feathers
make twine
   - 20 feet long
knit a hot pad or crochet dishcloth
   - use 100% natural materials (wool for a hot pad; cotton, linen, nettles, or hemp for the dishcloth)
   - at least 10 inches square
woven basket
   - 4" across and at least 3" deep
   - handle is optional
   - made from locally gathered, green (fresh) willow, grasses, blackberries https://sharonkallis.files.wordpress.com/2014/07/img_7029.jpg , or nettles.

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