Straw broom with wooden handle. Handle is 66 cm long, and has an orange and yellow sticker near the metal clasp joining the handle and the brush. The brush is two levels of yellow straw: the interior portion is thicker, longer, and bound with blue thread. The straw has a stretchy cotton sleeve with "Crack-R-Jack" in red print and "Ron Nickle" in blue marker. The sleeve is attached to the broom with a metal staple. Broom was used for curling.
Wooden handle (dark brown) with grass tightly wired around one end. The yellow grass stalks in the center of the brush are flat and fairly stiff. There is a thin layer of a more delicate grass around the edge. Both the handle and brush have a circular cross-section.
Light brown wooden handle with dark brown fibers tightly wired to one end. There are a few strands of multicolored plastic in among the natural brown fibers. The handle has insect damage in the form of small holes and channels. Both the handle and bristles have a round cross-section. There is a small bundle of yellow plant fiber wrapped around the handle.