Baskets were made from cedar or spruce roots and birch bark. The birch bark baskets (mimc) were the most common and the most well-known. The birch bark was cut and peeled from the tree. It was sewn together with spruce roots. Pitch was used to waterproof the baskets. Some of these baskets were used to steam roots and as containers for berries. Cedar root baskets were the most decorative of the baskets. They were also used to boil water and cook berries. These baskets were tightly woven with cedar roots and willow. Wild cherry bark was used for the geometric design. Some of these baskets told a story about the family.
Beads (tsususu7t) were made from rocks, bones, and antlers. They were painted or left natural. They were valued for jewelry and clothing decorations. Talons, feathers, and shells were also used for decorations.
Bowls and mauls were items used to grind food for cooking or tobacco for smoking. They were also used for making dyes, paints, and ointment. This rock was made from lava rock which was also used in sweathouses and pitcooking.