A trio of dune grass root vessels, each free motion machine stitched and sculpted. Drifting tufts of roots were gathered from the beach (Í7iy̓el̓shn) near a storm-eroded bank. These were stitched and sculpted to honour the role of beachgrass in safekeeping shoreline soils.
Sculpture composed of fibre from a single piece of storm-worn lá:yelhp (Halq'eméylem for Douglas Fir). Longer strands of bast became cordage. Shorter strands were felted with wool into log shapes, cut, joined together with handmade cordage, and held again between their own bark. 100% biodegradable.