Broom is composed of thin pine twigs which have been tied together using what appear to be pine needles. The top 10 cm are tightly bound, and a second binding (2 cm wide) is 15 cm below this binding. Below that, the broom flares. The handle is round, the brush is flat. There is a small twine loop at the top.
Broom is made of an herbaceous plant which has a natural range of gold, yellow, light brown, and white coloration. The more stalky part of the grass is bound with wire into a cylindrical handle. The softer, more distal parts of the grass are spread using plastic stitching into a flat, wispy fan. Five wire bands are spaced roughly evenly along the handle.