Brylee threw the role of raffia into the basket she was pushing, and the two continued walking.
One strip of raffia about a foot long was slipped through the holes in the front of the parfleche from the inside, pulled even and glued into place.
‘Besides the cans of insecticide, we also spotted a pair of scissors, a razor blade and raffia string,’ said the chief of Police.
Floral artists form perfect nosegays with bundled stems wrapped and tied in raffia ribbons.
A set of raffia strings connect the skins on either end.
Wrapped in a letter-pressed, raffia cover, all the material is printed as is, with individual handwriting and unique syntactical quirks intact.
In addition, clothing and mats are popular wares, which are often made from the ubiquitous raffia palm tree.
In addition, the raffia palms, of which there are various species in the African tropics and a few in S. America, yield oil.
All are dressed in raffia skirts - one wears an additional skirt made of leaves - and four participants wear raffia capes.