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Basketry By Technique

Basketry by technique, chairseating, caning, coiling, knotting, paneling, folding, stitching, diagonal and straight plaiting, quilling, twining, wickerwork and woven splintwork baskets.

Chair Seating and Caning
Chair Seating and caning resources such as natural cane, plastic cane, fibre rush, Danish Cord, Sea Grass, Natural Rush (cattail), pretwisted natural rush, flat reed and ash splints, round reed for wicker repair, Shaker tape, webbing, tools and accessories. Kits, books, videos and classes.

Coiled Baskets
Coiled baskets in full size and miniature, including imbricated, Native American, O'odham man-in-the-maze pattern, coiled willow, cattail, sweetgrass, palm, willow, sedge, pine needle, cedar bark, brush sumac, some embellished with feathers, beads and shells.

Information on how to dye and paint materials for basketry. Where to find the instructions, supplies, resources and recipes you will need in dyeing or painting your baskets.

Knotted Baskets
Knotted baskets, sculptural art vessels and contemporary sculptural baskets, many of waxed linen thread using a knotting technique.

Knotless Netting Basketry
Baskets and basketmaking techniques using looping and knotless netting.

Paneled Folded Stitched Baskets
Baskets Categorized by Technique - Paneled, Folded or Stitched. Baskets made from folded bark, or paneled and stitched or sewn.

Plaited Baskets
Diagonally plaited, woven twill, shredded money, birch, cedar bark, contemporary basketry vessels, all done with a plaiting technique.

Ply-Split Baskets
Ply-splitting braiding is a fiber technique that involves splicing cords or ropes. In ply-splitting fabrics threads are held together by one thread splitting and going through another. Baskets can be created using this technique.

Quilled Baskets
Examples of Birch Bark double walled boxes with Porcupine Quilling in natural and dyed colors.

Twined Baskets
Twining is the technique of weaving that uses two elements of weaver at the same time. One element goes behind the spoke, the other in front of it, with a twist in between.

Wicker Basketry and Wickerwork Furniture
Wicker basketry, wickerwork furniture, antique rockers, chair restorations, baby bassinets, cradles, children's, buggies, Victorian wicker doll carriages, furniture for the American Girl Dolls, supplies for wickerwork and much more.

Baskets By Material Index
Background, history, supplies, basketmakers, information, basketmaking techniques and tutorials, all categorized by basketry material.


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