American Indian Baskets by Into the Woodlands, LLC
Into the Woodlands, LLC
Cabin accessories that accent the natural!
Baskets are individually hand made by Phyllis Lamberg.       No two baskets are the same!

Phyllis Lamberg is a member of the Sault Ste. Marie Tribe of Chippewa Indians and was born and raised in the Upper Peninsula of Michigan. A self-taught artist, Phyllis began 

basket weaving in the early 1990s after her retirement.  At that time, she became interested in her heritage and began exploring the art form of basketry. Phyllis creates woven and gourd baskets accented with earth elements. Her inspiration comes from the natural environment and she states, "creating basketry gives me a sense of connection with nature."   Phyllis' baskets are featured in the U.S. Department of Interior "Indian Craft Shop" in Washington, D.C. Phyllis creates baskets from a variety of natural items including gourds, reeds, white tailed deer antlers and feathers. Baskets are available at the sites listed below.


Baskets by Phyllis Lamberg can be seen and purchased at the following sites:

Washington, D.C.
Indian Craft Shop
US Department of the Interior
1849 C Street, NW.
Washington, DC 20240 
Phone: (202) 208-4056 

Nahma, Michigan:
Christine's Gallery Studio
Main Street, Nahma, MI 49864
Christine Groleau – Artist/Owner
Phone: (906) 420-3833

Mt. Pleasant, Michigan
Saginaw Chippewa Indian Tribe of Michigan 
Ziibiwing Center: 
visit their online site or visit the center
Link to art work by Phyllis Here

St. Ignace, Michigan
Museum of Ojibwa Culture & Gift Shop 
566 N. State St.
St. Ignace, MI 49781
Phone: 906-643-9161 Click here for more information

The museum store features the area’s largest selection of Native American books and music as well as authentic local Native American arts and crafts.

   If there are questions regarding ordering that cannot be answered on the locations above, please contact us by email for further information:

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