30 Awesome Basket Weaving Patterns - Bag Basket, Berry Picking Time, Big Curvy Basket, Catch All Basket, Double Rim Storage, Drink Carrier, Easter Egg Basket, Easy Wood Bottom Basket, Fall Bucket, From The Heart, Frosty's Wall Basket, and more...

30 Awesome Basket Weaving Patterns - Bag Basket, Berry Picking Time, Big Curvy Basket, Catch All Basket, Double Rim Storage, Drink Carrier, Easter Egg Basket, Easy Wood Bottom Basket, Fall Bucket, From The Heart, Frosty's Wall Basket, and more...

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Bag Basket

(Great to use as a gift basket, to cover a vase full of flowers and use as a lunch basket)
Bottom Size: 8" L x 5" W x 8 3/4" H
Top measurement: 7 3/4" L x 4 1/2" W

MATERIAL LIST:
1/2" F Cut 5 @ 30" each for the length spokes
1/2" F Cut 8 @ 27" each for the width spokes
1/2" F Used for the…  See more details below

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SNEAK PEAK:

Bag Basket

(Great to use as a gift basket, to cover a vase full of flowers and use as a lunch basket)
Bottom Size: 8" L x 5" W x 8 3/4" H
Top measurement: 7 3/4" L x 4 1/2" W

MATERIAL LIST:
1/2" F Cut 5 @ 30" each for the length spokes
1/2" F Cut 8 @ 27" each for the width spokes
1/2" F Used for the weavers
1/4" FO Used for weavers
1/2" FO 56" for inside and outside rim
3/16" FO 75" for the lashing
#4 ROUND 25" to go between the inside and outside rim
Jelly Jar handle or any 4"-4 1/2" notched handle
Always soak the reed in water till you can fold without the reed splitting.
Mark the centers of the spokes on the wrong side (the wrong side is the one that will splinter more when bent in half)
Lay out the base with the over/under weave using the 1/2"F that was cut (use a scrap piece of 1/2" reed to use as a spacer in between the spokes). The base should measure 5" x 8" SPRAY SPOKES WITH WATER TO KEEP WET. Upset

the spokes
to start the sides (bend each spoke over the bottom of the basket base. Use clothes pens in the corners to hold in place.

With the 1/2" F start weaving the 1ST row, starting behind a spoke, making sure that the spoke on the bottom of the basket is on the opposite side. When finished with the row, hide the weaver behind the beginning point and hiding over 3RD SPOKE. Weave a total of 6 rows with the 1/2"F and the next 21 rows with the 1/4"FO. (I like to pull the 1ST couple of rows of 1/4"FO a little tighter to make the basket go in a little). All rows need to be packed down well.

Be sure the basket is wet. Cut the inside spokes flush with the basket and the rest of the spokes so they can be hidden behind a weaver about 2" to 2 1/2" going toward the inside of the basket. Tuck the spokes behind the 1/4" weaver using a butter knife or weaver rite tool to help hold the weavers out.

Insert handle. Cut the 1/2"FO to fit around the basket with about 2 1/2" in excess. Do the same for the inside of the basket. Trim and sand the lap over area. Clip together both the inside and outside rim of the basket. Cut the round reed to fit between the two. Be sure all fits together well. Take the 3/16"FO and hide between the the inside and outside rim (I usually go up and down once over the last row woven) make sure that the rounded part of the lashing will be showing when going over the rim. Go between each spoke-pulling tight. End lashing by hiding the same way it was started.
The basket has to be shaped to look like a bag. Be sure the basket is well soaked-at least the top half. It's very easy to do-just hold on to the end of the basket and take your index finger and push in on the center spoke (3rd one) and fold like a bag looks.

Berry Picking Time
Two sizes are offered - one for Mom, and a smaller version for your little one so they can "help" with berry picking.

Materials - Mom's
6" handle/base package (screws, nets, and washers included)
11/64" FO - weavers and lashing
11/64" FO - dyed for weavers
3/8" FF - spokes and rim row
1/2" FO - rims
Seagrass - rim filler
#2R - twining
3 Blueberry tie-on (optional)

Cut 20 spokes from 3/8" FF each 9 1/2" long. Soak briefly. Insert the spokes evenly around the base. Twine (or chase weave) with #2R twice around the base keeping the spokes flat. Gently upset the spokes and continue to twine for a total of 1".

Now switch to 11/64" FO and weave 28 rows or start and stop. As you weave, let the spokes flare out for several rows, and then gently push them back in so that the top measures 6".

After the 28 rows, weave 3 rows 11/64" FO DYED, and end with a row of 3/8" FF (rim row). Pack well. Cut and tuck in the usual manner. Rim with 1/2" FO, seagrass between rims, and lash with 11/64" FO.

Locate opposite spokes and drill a hole through the 1/2" FO rim to attach the handle with a #4 screw, nut, and washers (if the lasher is in the way, just move it to one side slightly.) The profile of handle attachment (from outside to inside the basket) is: screw, washer, handle, washer, rim, and nut. Cut off screw if it is too long and pin over. Use your favorite weaver's stain. Attach the 3-berry tie on with raffia.

Materials - Little One
4" handle/base package (screws, nets, and washers included)
11/64" FO - weavers and lashing
11/64" FO - dyed for 1 row weaving
7mm FF - spokes and rim row
3/8" FO - rims
Seagrass - rim filler #1R - twining

Cut 20 spokes from 7mm FF each 8" long. Follow the directions for Mom's, but weave 24 rows of start and stop and 1 row 11/64" FO dyed. Finish in the same manner as Mom's.

Big Curvy Basket

Bottom Size: 17 1/2" L x 12 1/2" W
Top measurement: 17" L x 10" W
MATERIAL LIST:

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Product Details

ISBN-13:
2940013012929
Publisher:
S.H.W.
Publication date:
09/09/2011
Sold by:
Barnes & Noble
Format:
NOOK Book
Sales rank:
930,112
File size:
1 MB

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