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         Basketry:     more books (100)
  1. Pine Needle Basketry: From Forest Floor to Finished Project by Judy Mallow, 2010-02-02
  2. Natural Basketry by Carol and Dan Hart Hart, 1978
  3. Basketry: A World Guide to Traditional Techniques by Bryan Sentance, 2007-06-11
  4. The Fine Art of California Indian Basketry by Brian Bibby, 1996-09
  5. Pine Needle Raffia Basketry by Jeannie McFarland, 1987-01
  6. Earth Basketry by Osma Gallinger Tod, 1986-11
  7. Wicker Basketry by Flo Hoppe, 1999-12-31
  8. Splint Woven Basketry by Robin Daugherty, 1999-06-30
  9. Cherokee Basketry (NC): From the Hands of our Elders by M. Anna Fariello, 2009-09-30
  10. The Art of Basketry by Kari Lonning, 2002-03-28
  11. The Art of Basketry by Kari Lonning, 2002-03-28
  12. California Indian Basketry: An Artistic Overview by Arthur M. Silva, William C. Cain, 1983
  13. Willow Basketry by Bernard Verdet-Fierz, Regula Verdet-Fierz, 1994-12
  14. Plaited Basketry: The Woven Form by Shereen Laplantz, 1982-08

1. New Orleans Gift Baskets, Lampe Berger And Wine Basket Gifts By The Basketry
The basketry delivers Gift Baskets , custom ordered gift baskets, wine gift baskets, corporate gift baskets, lampe berger baskets and spa gift baskets.
Welcome to The Basketry. It is exciting to custom design gift baskets that reflect your excellent taste. We believe presentation is as important as the gift itself, so our design team works hard to bring you only the best! Thank you for shopping The Basketry.
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2. Basket Weaving - Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopedia
Basket weaving (or basket making, basketry, or basketmaking) is the The most common evidence of a knowledge of basketry is an imprint of the weave on
Basket weaving
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
(Redirected from Basketry Jump to: navigation search A woman weaves a basket in Cameroon.
Basket weaving (also basketry basket making , or basketmaking ) is the process of weaving unspun vegetable fibers into a basket or other similar form. Basketry is made from a variety of fibrous or pliable materials — anything that will bend and form a shape. Examples include pine straw, animal hair, hide, grasses, thread, and wood. People who weave baskets are called basketmakers . They may do this as a profession or a hobby , and their work may be considered a craft or an art
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Woven Bamboo Basket kept for sale in K R Market, Bangalore India Erdly classifies basketry into four types:
  • "Coiled" basketry, using grasses and rushes "Plaiting" basketry, using materials that are wide and ribbon-like, such as palms, yucca or New Zealand flax "Twining" basketry, using materials from roots and tree bark . Twining actually refers to a weaving technique where two or more flexible weaving elements ("weavers") cross each other as they weave through the stiffer radial spokes. "Wicker" and "Splint" basketry, using

3. Basketry Information
Lists information about basket making classes, guilds, sources of materials, meetings, exhibits, collections.
In English
En Español A collection of basketry information. If you would like some information added or changed, send email to Alan Beebe or regular mail to Alan Beebe, PO Box 481, Saugerties, NY 12477. Last updated Mar. 12, 2008 Alan Beebe

4. National Basketry Organization, Inc.
National basketry Organization, Inc.specializes in promoting education in the art, skill, heritage and appreciation of traditional and contemporary
National Basketry Organization, Inc.
Promoting the art, skill, heritage and education
of traditional and contemporary basketry Welcome to the National Basketry Organization, Inc., a non-profit corporation dedicated to basketry and everyone who appreciates this unique art form, which is both an ancient craft and modern art. Whether you are a basketmaker, a collector, a novice weaver, a studio artist or someone who simply admires baskets, we think you'll find something of interest in these pages. We welcome your interest. We are a member supported organization, and invite you to join us
Available NOW from NBO
Join us in celebrating our exhibition All Things Considered IV held at Arrowmont in Gatlinburg, TN in October 2007, by purchasing this full color catalog which features sixty-seven baskets.
A beautiful addition to anyone's library or book collection.

5. Basketry Merit Badge
BADGE basketry. Information about this merit badge has been moved to the following page. http//

6. Basketry (Main Menu) -- Native American Art
Native American basketry historic and current examples, Native women s experiences, some modern problems, plants and environment.
N ative
B asketry:
S urvival,
B eauty
Edith Bonde, Hubbard Lake (MI) Ojibwe elder, photographed in 1975 weaving a splint basket, she was about 67 then. Bonde's black ash splint porcupine globe (7.5" tall x 8.5" diameter), 1980. A perfect work of art.
"I was born in the north woods of northern Michigan, raised in lumber camps, where my father worked and our family stayed all winter, so I got very little education except nature. When my mother put me off her lap, so she could work at her baskets, she gave me some scrap material to play with that's how I learned to make baskets. I make only authentic Indian baskets, as my ancestors made. I work in my kitchen, after the splints are off the log, using only a sharp knife and a pair of scissors. I use black ash only. This is more of a hobby for me, I do not make a lot of baskets, perhaps 15 a year, and I only make them on order, which I never catch up with." Edith Bonde, 1975 letter to Smithsonian Institution
Basketry Menu
B asketry, Native Philosophy, Environment botanical guide to the plants used. Pollution kills basket ash trees
C alifornia Basketry Story: Susan Billy, Pomo, describes 4 traditional Pomo basket plants, modern difficulties finding material. California Indian Basketmakers' Association pesticide difficulties.

7. Basketry Supplies, Basket Kits, Patterns, Accessories And Classes From East Troy
East Troy basketry offers a wide selection of basketry supplies, patterns, and accessories at excellent prices, which you can order online.
Welcome to East Troy Basketry Co. in East Troy, Wisconsin
We Carry a Full Line of Quality Basket Weaving Supplies, Patterns and Classes 5 days a Week!

We dye any size reed any color including space dyed in your choice of colors
Advanced Beginner Course coming this summer. Click here

Laura Lee Zanger, The Master of Twills, Coming to ETB, click on classes below. Upcoming CLASSES Click here
Lei Lani
Sat. May 31
Tues eve,
June 10th,
and Fri July 11th
Bathroom Ensemble Sat. June 21 Catalog ETB Newsletter "Ask Eileen" last changed 2/08 latest newsletter Sept 07 last addition on 1/27/08 Pictures taken at past classes, click here We have lots of products not listed here. If you don't find what you're looking for call 1-888-424-9866 Business Hours: Mon-Sat. 10-5pm Thurs. 10-9pm Closed: Sundays and Holidays P.O Box 643 2082 Church Street East Troy, WI 53120 For questions /comments, contact Eileen Mirsberger at

8. Shapes And Uses Of California Indian Basketry
Shapes and uses of California Indian basketry.
Shapes and Uses of California Indian Basketry
Note: The sizes of the baskets illustrated here are proportional to one another.
Plant Food Gathering and Transport
Gift/Storage Basket. The gift/storage basket is presented as a gift and is used for transporting goods or plant foods. Typical size: ht. 30"; dia. across mouth: 25". Gift/Storage Basket. Ht. 30"; Dia. 25". Seedbeater. Using the seedbeater, edible wild seeds were harvested by knocking seeds off the plant and into the burden basket. Typical length: 20". Seedbeater. Length 20" Acorn and Seed Meal Winnowing, "Sifting" Baskets, and Trays. "Sifting," winnowing baskets, and trays are round or triangular. The baskets are deep while the trays are shallow or flat. Close-twined round or triangular "sifters" were used to separate fine, fully-ground acorn meal from the coarser meal which required additional pounding. Seeds were also sifted with these basketry implements. The fine meal was separated by a side-to-side shaking action. Both closed- and open-weave baskets and trays were used for winnowing. Typical dia.: 20". Deep Sifting Basket. Dia. 20".

The Hopi Cultural Preservation Office presents photographs of Hopi baskets, information on the history of Hopi basketry, techniques used to weave their
Hopi Basketry
Hopi basketmakers are some of the finest artists in this medium in North America. Today, while many Pueblo peoples no longer weave baskets, Hopi women continue a centuries-long tradition of basketry. They are also innovative artists, developing new methods and designs from traditional ones. Red, yellow, and black are the usual colors skillfully arranged to produce katsina, animal, blanket, and geometric designs. The natural colors of plant materials used to construct the baskets serve as a background for the designs, constrasting with the vivid colors of commercial dyes. The symbolism and tradition in Hopi basketry designs link each unique handmade basket to other parts of Hopi life, past and present. In particular, basketry designs reflect aspects of Hopi religion and agriculture . For the Hopi, just as the basket's fibers are woven together, so are all the pieces of Hopi culture: none is unrelated to another. To see photographs of some Hopi baskets, click Photographs Basketry History
Basketry Techniques
Basketry Uses
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10. Handmade Handwoven Custom Baskets.  Custom, Storage, Rustic, northwoods, Count
Handmade custom handwoven baskets in a variety of styles (storage, shelf, hamper, laundry, custom, rustic, primitive, northwoods) and colors.
Home About Us Go Basket Shopping Baskets ...
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Handmade Handwoven Custom Baskets
Specializing in custom, storage, rustic, northwoods and country baskets
Bodacious Basketry handmade baskets are woven with the finest quality natural rattan reed, which is a fast-growing, naturally sustainable plant. Unlike ordinary off-the-shelf baskets, our woven handmade baskets:
  • can be designed exclusively for you, most have filled in bases, most are double lashed.
We weave all our baskets by hand and customize them to meet your individual needs. You choose the style, dimensions, reed and stain colors to customize your basket. View our custom handmade woven baskets at the links before and in our online store
Purchase our baskets at these retail locations:
Atlas Mill Boutique
Appleton, Wisconsin

11. Willowe's Basketry
Willowe s basketry offers basket patterns, basketry supplies(reeds, handles, tools,embellishments etc..) and weaving classes.

226 West Main Street Greenfield, In 46140
Phone Orders
FAX 317-467-1995
Updates as of 7/23/2007
Classes ... Guild class/shopping special
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Drop us a line.

12. Basketry, Etc. Handcrafted Nantucket Baskets
basketry, Etc. offers many traditional styles and sizes as well as Maggie’s original designs.
If you would like to order one or more booklets, additional information, or a more detailed description of anything on this site, please contact Maggie via email or at:
Basketry, Etc.
55 Leonard St.
Raynham, MA
Welcome to Basketry, Etc. Please check our new additions Maggie Silva , a retired Early Childhood School Psychologist of Raynham, Massachusetts, has been making baskets since 1984. A teacher, author, and lecturer, she often creates her own Nantucket styles. Her husband Eddie and son Jim design her prototype moulds. She is a member of the Northeast Basketmakers Guild, Penn-Jersey Basketry Guild, North Carolina Basketmakers Association, Association of Michigan Basketmakers and the Nantucket Basket Makers and Merchants Association. Maggie also offers open weave classes and private lessons at her studio. Ordering Information
If you would like to order, please e-mail for instructions. VISA, MC, Discover, money orders, or personal checks are accepted.
Pocketbooks Square Baskets Round Baskets Other Baskets ... Email
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13. - Basket Weaving Supplies - Basket Patterns - Basket K operated by carries quality basketry products, basket supplies, basketry reed, basketweaving kits, basket making
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14. Carolina Basketry
Offers a selection of hoops, baskets, dyes, stains, and accessories.
Our goal is to offer our customers the highest quality products with friendly and knowledgeable customer service. Please contact us if you do not see what you are needing and we will do our best to locate it for you. Happy weaving!! Becki JACQUARD DYE SPECIAL*******WHILE SUPPLIES LAST!!! Jacquard Dye Your Price
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15. NativeTech: Native American Basketry
History and development of Indian basketweaving, showing both the change and continuity from precontact times to the present.

16. Gratiot Lake Basketry - Complete Basketry Supply Source
Welcome to the new Gratiot Lake basketry OnLine Catalog! Every effort is being made to make your navigation through our site simple, and we always welcome
US Mail
5484 Petermann Lane
Mohawk, MI 49950-9612
58622 Railroad Street
Kearsarge, MI 49913 ONLINE STORE SHOPPING FAQ'S SPECIALS WHOLESALE/RETAIL Complete Basket Supply Source (906) 337-5116 Voice
(906) 337-4260 Fax Greetings..
Welcome to the new Gratiot Lake Basketry On-Line Catalog! Every effort is being made to make your navigation through our site simple, and we always welcome any suggestions on how to make it better for you.... We hope that you will find everything you are looking for.. About Us
We enjoy taking your order personally if you prefer - We take orders 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. You can leave your name and telephone number and we will return your call or leave your name, number and order on the answering machine when we are away from the telephone. Please free to call if you can't find what you are looking for. We are always pleased to speak with our customers personally. Visa and Mastercard accepted
On all products, it is best to send a sample when in doubt. n Shipping
Gift Certificates are available
Prices are subject to change without notice.

17. Hopi Basketry Presentation
Hopi basketry presentation. Includes ceremony and symbolism, basket designs, uses of Hopi baskets, and techniques and tools used for making and decorating
Hopi Basketry Presentation
Anthropology 310b, Spring Quarter 1995
Prof. Carol Jolles
Part 1: History and Meaning (Rohith Sood)
Part 2: Manufacture and Decoration (Cecil Lewis)
Part 3: Bibliography
This presentation was created using an HP Scanjet 2cx, and was shown to approximately 40 people on May 30th, 1995. Utilizing a Mac Quadra 660 with an AV output, the pages were shown to the class using software. Accompanying the presentation was a 4 page handout, and of course the knowledgeable oral presentation of the 2 students above. The handout, graphical presentation, and this optional WWW accompaniment were created by Frank Provo. This HTML version of the presentation (handout included) was assembled by Karen M. Strom and is hosted on her server. A few additional images have been scanned with a HP Scanjet 3c and the exhibit has been made friendly for all browsers we have available for testing. See also the Hopi Basketry website of the Hopi Cultural Preservation Office. This page was last modified on March 31, 2007

18. Red Mountain Basketry
Features handcrafted baskets fashioned around antlers and driftwood. Also gourds decorated with painted bison, horses, wolves, and trout.
Margie Reck Basket and Gourd Artist basket gallery gourd gallery about the artist gallery representatives ... contact The inspiration for the art of Margie Reck and business name are taken from Red Mountain, which dominates the view from her studio window in Cameron, Montana. Margie is a basically self-taught artist who has been designing and weaving baskets for over twenty years. Her more recent offerings include decorated gourds. Margie's high quality work and unique designs are in galleries and private collections across the United States. This site created by: littlerecker productions

19. Tidewater Basketry Guild- Home Page
Tidewater basketry Guild, an organization founded for those with an interest in basketry.
Welcome to the Guild! Tidewater Basketry Guild
The Tidewater Basketry Guild is an organization founded for those with an interest in basketry. The guild has over 70 members from Virginia and throughout the country.
Our mission is:
  • To preserve standards of excellence in the design and workmanship of basketry. To promote public awareness of basketry as a craft and an art. To give guidance to weavers of all levels. To establish a network for sharing topics of interest.
In doing these things we have tons of fun and learn so much about the art of basketry.

Newport News Fall Festival, 2001
Latest News Open to the Public Class Click here for application. For more events check out our Calendar of Events Can't find the page you are looking for? Go to our Site Index to navigate through our site with ease.

20. Summer Meadow Basketry - Basket Weaving - Basketry Supplies-
Basket weaving materials and patterns. Secure online ordering.

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