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How to Weave a Basket Tote

How to Weave a Basket Tote

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What you will learn:

01

Class 1:

  • Basket talk: what is reed and other materials to use, tools and basics. What are the parts of this basket? Questions and answers

Class 2:

  • Weave the base, twine, upset the spokes and start the sides

Class 3:

  • Twill weaving up the sides
02

Class 4:

  • Triple twining and Ti-twining

Class 5:

  • Continue with twill weave

Class 6:

  • Cut and tuck spokes, making the space for the handles
03

Class 7:

  • Preparing the rim material for finishing

Class 8:

  • Attaching leather handles

Class 9:

  • Lashing on the rims How to finish your basket, burning or cutting hair, signing your basket

BONUS!

  • Basket Nativity Scene + Patterns
How to Weave a Basket Tote

About the course

Join us as Cheryl shares how to make this beautiful basket tote! Cheryl's tote has a solid bottom, twill woven with dyed cane, ti-twined, triple twining and leather straps. It measures 3 1/3" x 9 1/2" bottom and 9" deep, Handles from the top of the rim to the curve at the top is 9".
 

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Time table:
9 hours

Level:
Intermediate / Advanced

Target market:
Basket weavers, fiber lovers

Main objective:
Learn how to weave an intricate basket tote.


Prerequisite:
None

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About the instructor

Cheryl Dixon

I am from Lafayette Indiana and still live there! I have always loved different types of arts and crafts. I get that from my Mom. But after making my first basket in 1984, I was hooked for life. I started selling my baskets at our local basketry shop, which is very rare. It used to be difficult to find basketry supplies, let alone classes, so I was so lucky that we had the Weaver’s Mill, otherwise I likely would never have learned. I then started teaching at the shop and eventually ended up owning my own store, The Basketworks after the owner moved away. I have taught in many states at conventions, retreats, and wherever there are people who want to learn! I also teach 4-H classes and it is my hope that by doing classes now with Curious Mondo that it will benefit teachers and students alike all over the globe.

How to Weave a Basket Tote

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