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  • The Catch-A-Lot is a wall pocket basket that uses an antler to form the front of the basket. Level: AdvancedMaterial List:#3 Round Reed for Weavers#8 Round Reed for Hoop1/4" Oval Oval Reed for SpokesDrill1/4" Drill BitHot Glue GunMasking TapeDeer Antler04/12
  • Begin this basket with by weaving an open rectangular base, then learn techniques to weave a beautiful cathead shape. Techniques include continuous weave with an "over 2 correction" each row and triple twined arrows. The accent row is cherry splint, with an antler button and beads attached to the front. Level: IntermediateDimensions:Base: 4. 5" x 7. 5"Top: 10" x 12"Height: 5. 5"Material List:3/8" Flat Reed for Spokes and Rim Row11/64" Flat Oval Reed for Weavers and Rim Lasher1/2" Flat Oval Reed for Rim#1 or #2 Dyed Round Reed for Weavers1/2" Cherry Splint for WeaverSeagrass for Rim FillerAntler Button, Waxed Linen Thread and Assorted Beads11/11
  • The Roundabout basket begins with the selection of an antler. A flat mule deer antler makes a good choice or caribou if you prefer. Level: Advanced BeginnerMaterial List:#8 Round Reed for Hoop#6 Round Reed for Permanent Ribs1/4" Oval Oval Reed for Ribs#3 Round Reed for Weavers#7 Round Reed for Lashing Pegs1/03
  • The Fanned Market basket is an original design based on the inspiration from the book "Contemporary Basketmakers and their work". Theory of antler use and rim construction discussed. Level: AdvancedDimensions:Width: 18"Height: 11"Material List:#8 Round Reed for Outer Rim#7 Round Reed for Inner Ribs3/4" Oval Reed or #10 Round Reed for Brace#3 Round Reed for Weavers2 Prong Antler3/07
  • The Double Dog Leg begins with the selection of an antler. The Double Dog Leg utilizes two different methods of weaving (rib construction and twining) to obtain its shape and color. The base of the basket is begun using a twined method. Level: AdvancedMaterial List:#3 Round Reed for Weavers#8 Round Reed for Hoop1/4" Oval Oval Reed for SpokesDeer Antler02/10
  • The African Tower begins with the selection of an antler. The African Tower utilizes two different methods of weaving (rib construction and twining) to obtain its shape and color. The base of the basket is begun using a twined method. Level: AdvancedMaterial List:#3 Round Reed for Weavers#8 Round Reed for Hoop1/4" Oval Oval Reed for SpokesDeer Antler02/10
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