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In response to interest expressed by readers, I thought that I would put together a quick primer on where to find a few free basic basket patterns on the web. 

Many of the basketry suppliers offer free patterns to complement their line of items for sale. Lots of good ideas are featured in these patterns and they can be a good source of inspiration for your next weaving project or something easy to work up with your younger family members or a beginner. Remember to always get written permission to use a free pattern for any other purpose beyond your own personal, noncommercial use.

Sheri L. Van Duyn publishes Just Pattern's a patterns-only basketry publication. She offers several free patterns on her site, including Buckle Up Basket and a Classic Round Basket in her Pattern Exchange.

A free pattern is included on Maurine Joy's Baskets of Joy site from Brunswick, Maine. Maurine changes the pattern offered periodically, so remember to print it out when you access it, or it might not be there when you return.

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