Small "rush" basket loosely woven of rushes, which are between 0.5 and 1.3 cm wide. Pieces of grass rope and torn cotton cloth are tied to the rim. Possibly of the temporary type referred to by Eells: "Another type is made from the the grass of the cattail rush, woven together. It is not durable, as the rush is easily broken. It is not often made or used, except as a temporary affair..." (p. 96) Post-Contact.