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Basketmakers With F Last Names

Basketmakers, Basket Artists, Basketweavers and Fiber Artists from around the world with Last names beginning with F.

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Lizzie Farey
Artist and basketmaker from Scotland uses hedgerow materials such as rowan, larch, dogwood and hazel, as well as Scottish grown willow to create traditional baskets, as well as contemporary sculptural pieces.

Sue Fedenia
Basketmaker from the Denver, Colorado area who uses the Mariposa knot stitch, a traditional Native American basketry stitch in her waxed linen and reed baskets. The Mariposa knot stitch leaves the reed core material which she often paints or dyes exposed. Her works often include baskets within baskets or multiple baskets, sometimes adding bits of natural materials such as birch bark, acorns, walnuts and twigs.

Linda Fifield
Artist creates vividly colored vessels using Czech glass beads using an ancient netting stitch over turned wooden forms.

Carla and Greg Filippelli
This couple specializes in creating large woven art pieces in random weave techniques for corporate spaces and custom installations.

Carla and Greg Filippelli
This artistic couple is interviewed on the occasion of their 20th year in business by Crafts Report.

Peter Finch
This on island maker of Nantucket Lightship baskets owns Lightship Shop, Too a little shop that has a limited number of certified island-made open baskets available, as well as supplies, molds and pre-packaged lightship basket making kits. He offers a variety of workshops to help you learn how to make your own Nantucket Lightship basket.

Dorsay Fisher
Her baskets are crafted from quality eastern ash splints with durable handles and rims she cuts and bends out of Oregon white oak.

Therese Fisher
Basket Artist, Instructor & Reiki Master offers group workshops and private instruction in her private studio located in Portland, Oregon as well as remote locations.

Alison Fitzgerald
Irish willow basketmaker, teacher and proprietor of Greenwood Baskets in Co. Tyrone, Northern Ireland. Her work has been featured in exhibitions throughout the United Kingdom and Ireland.

Joseph Foreman
Brother to Mary Foreman Jackson and one of the few men preserving the art of Sweetgrass basketry, an art that expresses the Gullah culture and heritage of his ancestors.

Norma Andersen Fox
Date nut palm, Muehlenbeckia vine, birch bark and other natural materials are woven into the work of this Scandinavian inspired basketmaker.

Barbara D. Francis
Award winning Master Basketmaker and member of the Penobscot Nation in ME. Weaves baskets of black ash woodsplint and sweetgrass, often featuring curl embellishments.

Jeremy Frey
Jeremy is an accomplished brown ash basketmaker from the state of Maine. He is the son of Gal Frey, also a well known Passamaquoddy basketmaker. Baskets by Jeremy Frey offered by Bobbi Ann Packwood at her eBay store American Native Downeast.

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