This product is not sold individually. You must select at least Private yacht employment quantity Swing your partner basket this product. A generously sized wooden base basket featuring two 8" Oak Swing Handles Item and Cherokee-style decorative wheels. Smoked and natural reed combine to make a basket you'll fall in love with and enjoy using! Kit includes great step-by-step instructions. Basket for Janice Kit. Gracious Goodness Basket Kit. Holiday Card Basket Kit. Japanese Berry Basket Kit. Joan's Bread Basket Kit. Kentucky Swing your partner basket Basket Kit. Little Brown Jug Kit of Little Scout Basket Kit. Mail Basket Kit with Side Market Basket Kit with D Market Basket Kit with Mini Bread Loaf Kit. Mule Skinner Basket Kit. Napkin Basket Kit with New England Tote Basket Kit. Out the Door Quick Basket Quilter's Attic Basket Kit. Show Erotic short letters Spirit Basket Kit. Simple Gift Basket Kit. Swing your partner basket Ties 4" length Add to cart Add to wishlist. Oak Base - Oblong 6 in No customer reviews for the moment. Customers who bought this product also bought:
An intermediate project, inspired by the Cherokees' use of honeysuckle to make rows of 'wheels' around a basket, this pattern was developed using smoked and natural reed material. The basket has a wooden base, a bit of triple twine and plain weave, and is topped off with two of our handcrafted white oak swing handles. Please read the entire instruction before beginning your basket, and read each step all the way through before beginning that step. Trace the outline of the base onto a piece of paper. Cut out the shape; fold in half and in half again. Turn the outside of the base upward, dampen the stakes and place a stake smooth side up deep into the groove at each of the 4 center marks. Soak 3 of your longest pieces of 2 Round Smoked Reed. With stakes laying flat on your table, outside of the base facing up, weave three rows of triple twine. Spray the weavers periodically with water do not wet the base keeping them very wet as you work. Check often that the previous stitches of this first row are all touching the base. Mark these 3 stakes with clothespins. Pull the weavers downward so they lay on the base. Weave the left hand weaver over two stakes, behind one stake and out toward yourself. Push this weaver tight against the base. The weaver you just moved is now the right hand weaver; you still have a weaver to the right of each of 3 consecutive stakes. Pick up the new left-hand weaver and weave over two stakes, behind one stake and out of the space; push the weaver tight against the base. Adjust the stakes as you weave, keeping their space equidistant. When you reach each pencil mark stop weaving and double check that...
A generously sized wooden base basket featuring two Oak Swing Handles and Cherokee-style decorative This product is not sold individually. You must select at least 1 quantity for this product. A generously sized wooden base basket featuring two Oak Swing Handles and Cherokee-style decorative wheels. Smoked and natural reed combine to make a basket you'll fall in love with and enjoy using! Pattern by Beth Hester. Calculate supplies for this pattern with the Basket Supply Calculator. The Supply List gives you the least expensive way to purchase the supplies for your quantity of baskets. View on-line or print to your printer. Grandma and Me Totes Holiday Card Basket Holiday Delight Basket Indian Quilt Basket Pattern. Japanese Star Basket Pattern. Joan's Bread Basket Pattern. Market Basket with D Market Basket with Swing Mini Bread Loaf Basket Mule Skinner Basket Oak Base - Oblong 6 in. Add to cart Add to wishlist. Product info Reviews A generously sized wooden base basket featuring two Oak Swing Handles and Cherokee-style decorative wheels. No customer reviews for the moment. Customers who bought this product also bought:
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