Basket Weaving with Julia & Lucy Parker at Kule Loklo in Point Reyes National Park, September 17-18, 2016. Register through College of Marin at http://www.MarinCommunityEd.com or call 415-485-9305.
I put water in it and let it set overnight, then put rocks in it to clean out the inside, then set it out to dry on top of my husband’s workbench, outside. When I got home, this is what was left! – Janet Johnson
This knotted piece by Nancy Briemle was inspired by the granite rocks in the Sierras and took 12 years to complete. Waxed linen and metallic threads are knotted over a carved Styrofoam base with lid.
Aloha. Here is the newest book by Jim Widess. Hot off the press. How to Weave Authentic Hawaiian Lauhala Bracelets. For weavers who don’t live in Hawaii, there are lots of materials that can be substituted to weave the patterns in this book. Jim says this was a really fun project and he hopes it helps keep weaving alive on Hawaii. You can find Jim on Facebook and share your reviews of his new book.
I just got this book and love it. It shows beautiful artwork and step-by-step instructions on technique. The featured artists include BABM members Cookie Cala, Cookie Hansen, Carola Farthing, Jennifer Wool, and Patricia Berry. Congratulations.
Nadine just released her new DVD “Advanced Basket Weaving with Nadine Spier” which is a sequel do her first DVD “Basket Weaving Essentials with Nadine Spier.” I have both DVDs and just finished watching the second one. The instructions are very good with clear camera shots of technique. The setting has beautiful backdrop views of her garden, and then there are her sculptural baskets – stunningly beautiful. If you want to see more of Nadine’s work, click on her name under Resources/Classes on the sidebar of this website.