How To Weave A Wicker Basket – Eco Snippets

How To Weave A Wicker Basket

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The type of basket work featured in this article is often referred to as ‘Wicker’ or ‘Stake and Strand’ basketry.

When looking at the sides of a basket, the straight upright sticks you can see are called the ‘stakes’.

On the base these stakes radiate outwards from the center and are generally called ‘spokes’ at that stage.

Weavers (or ‘strands’) are woven between these rigid sticks to make an incredibly strong structure…

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Just gave my husband instructions to no longer dispose of the willow tree trimmings. They will be great for basket weaving!!!

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I have always wanted to learn to weave.

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Yet one more thing on my list of things I need to learn.

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