Baskets Categorized by Technique - Plaited. Diagonally plaited, woven twill, shredded
money, birch, cedar bark, contemporary basketry vessels, all done with a plaiting
This book by Wendy Arbeit has been reproduced with permission from the publisher
in ebook format as part of the resources assembled by Ethnomath.org. The book
includes plaited basketry techniques from the South Pacific. Diagrams for the
Chinese knot (page 110), French braid and many types of twill plaiting are
included. The ebook is in .pdf format and you will need an adobe reader to view
Hawaiian Coconut Palm Baskets, Hats and Woven Crafts
Purchase authentic Hawaiian arts and crafts, collectible, freshly handmade coconut-leaf baskets, hats, fans, flowers, fish, birds, grasshoppers, ornaments and more.
How to Weave Hawaiian Coconut Palm Fronds
This step by step guide to weaving with palm fronds was authored by Jim Widess.
Projects include a round basket, a square basket, a traditional
palm frond hat, a trio of hanging baskets, a bird, two fish, a
grasshopper and a rose. Spiral binding allows the book to lay
flat. 72 pages. Published in
of the Guard
Laurie dill-Kocher used diagonal plaiting to create these contemporary pieces.
This Carrizozo, NM artist works in plaited metals to create baskets, wall
folding screens. She uses copper, metallic leaf, transparent inks and acrylics
because of the unique qualities each material brings to the others.
Supervisor of the Birch Bark studio of Petrozavodsk State University plaits basketry forms
in a wide array of shapes both functional and fanciful.
Contemporary vessel woven from shredded money by Zoe Morrow.