Salish. Spindle whorls were used by the Coast Salish during spinning to prevent the wool slipping from the spindle. This spindle whorl is decorated with a human figure in a foetal position, a common motif in Northwest coast design, and two otters. Museum no. 2454 Country of Origin: Northwest Coast of America. Culture: Salish. Material Size: wood, d = 8.5 inches
Mix Elmer’s glue with food coloring and paint onto anything glass to create a seaglass effect when it dries.