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Intermediate Basket Weaving

Weave a Hearth Basket with Doris-Ann.

Intermediate Basket Weaving
Intermediate Basket Weaving

Time & Location

Aug 17, 2024, 9:30 a.m. – 3:30 p.m.

Sisterhood Tata, 567 Sand Point Rd, Tatamagouche, NS B0K 1V0, Canada

About The Event

The history of the Hearth Basket was designed to hold firewood and kindling by the fireplace.  This unique basket is mainly used in gardens now as flower or herb baskets.  Learn to weave the technique of the step down weaving on a large D-Handle (10x14”)

Finished basket dimensions are 10”x22”.   Height of basket is 4” at lowest to 8” at highest point.  Handle is 14” high.

This is not a beginner workshop.

Participants must know the basics of weaving a basket with a closed bottom base(chicken feet), a basic knowledge of twinning around a basket.

Doris-Ann will contact each participant before workshop.

What to bring:  2 dozen clothespins regular size (not mini or x-large)

Small rag to wipe down reed

Towel for lap.

Kit is $70 payable on day of workshop to Doris-Ann

Please note workshops are kept small to make the most of your day. If you need to cancel, your workshop fee is non refundable but you can transfer your registration to someone else.


  • Intermediate Basket Weaving

    Tax: +$18.75 HST



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