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About Blog - Take your old newspaper and recycle it into something that can be used in your house. By making baskets out of woven newspaper, you can create several different sizes, styles and types of baskets. Paint the baskets so they match your decor. With just a few items and some patience, you can use that newspaper for something other than filling up the recycling bin.
About Blog - This subreddit is devoted to all things glorious involving baskets! From plated baskets to extravagant coiled baskets, this is the place for them all! Also find intense basket weaving stories by basket weavers.
London/ Oxford/ Nairobi
About Blog - The Basket Room creates beautiful collections of handwoven, decorative storage baskets for the home. Woven with stunning colours & unique patterns, we work with small craft collectives in Africa to bring you ethical, stylish, accessories with a story.
About Blog - The National Basketry Organization is a non-profit organization that unites people interested in basketry to provide education and to promote basket making. Founded in the late 1990’s, the organization now has over 700 members, most of whom live in the United States and Canada. Although most of NBO’s members are basket makers, membership includes collectors, gallery owners, scholars, craft & art.
About Blog - As an artist my passion is create art with all natural materials that I harvest and prepare from the beautiful landscape around my home. As an educator I guide adults and children alike in connecting to their creative self through the combination of art and nature. I have a background in Fibers Art from Tyler School of Art in Philadelphia and a BFA in Printmaking from SUNY New Paltz.
About Blog - Welcome to my new blog. I have no idea what I am going to do with this, but I am going to give it a try. Hopefully this will be a place for me to share my ideas, thoughts and rants on all things basketry (and I am sure a few other topics here and there). I am also going to post responses to some of the hundreds of questions I have received over the years.
About Blog - Founded in April 2003, the guild has flourished and become a dedicated group of basketmakers from a wide area. They are committed to spreading the art of basketry through educational programs, workshops and study groups.
About Blog - My name is Lidi and I live on the beautiful mid-north coast of New South Wales, Australia. I love all things miniature - my favourite scale is 1:12th - just because I love the detail and my favourite period is “any time” as long as it is characterful and grungy.