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Cobwebber

Description from Brenwood Forge & Brooms

For reaching and sweeping without a stool. Collects cobwebs in stairwells, ceiling corners and other high areas. Untrimmed natural broom corn sweep plaited onto a light weight wooden handle. Beautiful decoration when hung on a wall or standing in a corner. Poem included.

Wooden handles are made from several different species of hard woods. Each handle is unique. I search our wooded areas, fence lines, and creek banks for small weed trees, dead-fall or drift wood that is rich in character. I

Strong nylon twine is used to plait the 100% natural broom corn onto the handle. The length of plaiting on each broom varies due to the nature of the broom corn.

Natural fibered twine is used to sew the sweep. I use cotton and waxed linen to sew the sweep flat. Each broom is sewn 3 times to firmly hold the round shape of the broom’s sweep.

  • Overall length from 53″³ – 59″³.

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