I design pine needle baskets and basket kits for children and adults.
I weave custom baskets of all shapes and sizes. Choose from the many styles shown, or contact me about creating a unique basket just for you!
Nantucket baskets hand-crafted by Maggie Silva, each basket has at least four hand rubbed coats of finish. Basketry, Etc. offers many traditional styles and sizes as well as Maggie’s original designs. Sizes range from miniature rounds and ovals to a full sized cradle.
Nantucket Basketworks of Cape Cod. Finely woven Nantucket Lightship Baskets.
Multi-purpose basket patterns, kits, space dyed reed offered along with quilted Whimsee Lids, braided rag handles & rim fillers - free basket pattern. Dianne Kennedy at: firstname.lastname@example.org
Peggy Brennan - I weave the Cherokee twill patterns in honor of Ka no he lv hi, the old ways. The designs Mountain Peaks, Peace Pipe and Man in Coffin conjure visions of ancient Cherokee culture.
Endearments: Specializing in hand-woven and hand-dyed baskets, including custom designs.
Classic Shaker ash splint baskets.
Self-taught, traditional and custom designed baskets with home and web based business selling retail and wholesale.
I love to make baskets out of materials that I find in Nature. I have always loved to look at the colors, textures and shapes that Nature produces.
I offer an ever widening range of baskets that can be ordered as pictured, or changed in size or colour to meet your needs. Kits and classes are also available, as are gift baskets filled to suit any occasion and budget.
Classic Nantuckets, hand painted Nantuckets, and other styles.
I work in traditional and art forms in reed, oak, ash, maple, honeysuckle, grapevine, wisteria, and grasses. I especially like to use vines in my work.
I mostly work with reed. Unbarked willow, wooden bands, pineneedles and rye straw are among other materials I gave a try.
We offer over 100 different style and sizes of handmade baskets. All of our baskets are woven with the finest maple veneer and white oak handles. Our skilled weavers take pride in their craftsmanship to make the finest quality basket for our present and future customers.
I live in Karelia (Russia). I am designer specializing in the use of gathered materials to produce contemporary sculprural and basket forms. I use natural materials found here in Karelia such as deer antlers,dry wood,roots,trunk growths,cones, willow,aspen,alders,and pine.
I produce both traditional and contemporary willow baskets based on both Celtic and English regional techniques. I am located in Herefordshire England. I also run courses for both beginners and those developing their basketry skills.
Various styles of antler, wood-accented, and gourd baskets.
Contemporary fiber artist using materials gathered from nature, gem stones, and unique embellishments.
Traditional willow basketry - I have never ceased to be amazed at the beautiful forms that can be created with some willow rods and a few simple tools.
Simply Baskets offers a wide variety of one-of-a-kind handwoven and artisan signed baskets, including vintage and antique baskets!
Located in England. The company produce a wide range of handmade woven willow furniture and basketwares. All products are made to order, so customers can determine their own size requirements. Also featured at the site are a history of basketmaking in Somerset and also information about the company.
Tom and Pam have been weaving white oak baskets full time for 19 years using the white oak saplings from the Northwest Panhandle of Florida. This is thought to be the finest white oak basket wood in the world, using both saplings of the Swamp Chestnut white Oak Tree (originally known as basket oak), and the regular white oak tree.
Information and resource website on antique wicker furniture restoration, seat weaving of all types and handmade basketry, offered freely by The Wicker Woman/Cathryn Peters since 1999.
I have been weaving 18 years and teaching most of that time. I make mostly small intricate baskets of waxed linen thread and silk coiled baskets.
Last updated Oct 15, 2007Alan Beebe