How to Weave a Fairy House/Gnome Home Condo

How to Weave a Fairy House/Gnome Home Condo

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$137

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What you will learn:

01

Class 1:

  • Materials and tools needed to make baskets
  • How to make a solid woven square base
  • Backing a row
  • Tripple Twining #2

Class 2:

  • Packing
  • Chase weaving
  • Twining with two pieces
  • Incorporating different materials
  • How to Step Up with twining
  • How to Splice

Class 3:

  • Weaving hills and valleys
  • How to Step Up with tripple twining
  • Stacking technique
  • Framing
  • Continuous weave
02

Class 4:

  • Basic ending technique

Class 5:

  • Ti-twining: adding elements such as palm inflorescence and pine needles
  • Shaping your basket

Class 6:

  • Spoke extender
  • Continuous weaving with cane
03

Class 7:

  • Matchstick border to finish
  • Finishing weaving touches

Class 8:

  • How to make the polymer clay roof

Class 9:

  • Finishing

BONUS!

  • How to weave a basket with a doorway
  • How to make polymer clay doors
  • Chat transcript

About the course

Learn how to make a solid base that is woven, starting a basket with triple twining, making hills and valleys around the side, ti-twining with the seed stems, adding in new finishing spokes from cane, matchstick border to finish. The sides are approximately 7" before they start sloping in with seed stems (palm inflorescence). 4.5" by 8.5" is the base size. What fun to combine baskets and clay, the possibilities are infinite!
 

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Curious Mondo: How to Weave a Fairy House

Time table:
9 hours

Level:
Intermediate / Advanced

Target market:
Basket weavers, fiber lovers

Main objective:
Learn how to weave an intricate basket and how to combine polymer clay.

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.