This is the first decent thing I put together testing out the Nikon D7000. I learned quickly about its limitations and had a lot of fun. Awesome to have such a beautiful subject and subject matter.
Sarah Corrigan of the Roots School gathers, processes and spins dogbane fiber into cordage. She uses a horn comb for refining the material and spins it with a Turkish style drop spindle. The single ply cordage is then double plied into two ply, or woven into the twined fiber basket or made into natural fiber bow strings and snare lines.