Basketry Related Links

Basketry Index
A directory of internet connection for exploring basketery on the web. Lists guilds & associations, basketmakers and to basketry related web sites dealing with basketry projects, techniques, books and magazines, galleries and much more...
A thriving community of individual basketmakers, artists, vendors, and collectors of individually handwoven baskets. The site includes feature articles, directories, email newsletter, moderated chats, forum, events calendar, BasketCards virtual postcards, free patterns, a categorized link library and more.
The Basket Collector's Emporium
A secondary market for Longaberger ® Baskets, Accessories, and Pottery.
Basketmaking Group
An E-mail discussion group of basketmakers. Whether you are a beginner or expert, if you are interested in basketmaking, willow growing, or making living sculptures or coracle making, you might consider joining this group.
The Basket Market
Advertise your secondary market Longaberger® baskets for sale on our site for 12 months, just $3(US) per basket.
The Basket Shop
Offers a wide variety of Handmade Crafts ranging from our White Oak Baskets, to hand woven seat bottoms of White Oak, Hickory Bark, and Reeds.
Basketry Questions & Answers!
A place where people can e-mail their basketry questions, and beginning basketweavers can read through and get answers to the basics of basketweaving instruction.
Baskets, Etc.
Exchange of tips, questions, and general knowledge about splint and reed basketmaking.
Your online source for basket patterns. Patterns by serveral basketmakers: Christine Lamb, Dianne Stanton, Lorraine Otto.
Home of America's Oldest Basket Company.
Robin Bonisch's basketweaving web page.
Functional and non-functional vessels a collector might encounter in New Mexico.
Bonnett Run Basketry
A family owned business located in the hills of West Virginia. The three basketmakers, Laurie, Carol and Roger, gather much of the honeysuckle, greenbrier, elm bark and cattails right on their own farm, then weave them into baskets, birdhouses, bracelets and more.
California Indian Basketry
Shapes and Uses of California Indian Basketry
A Chinese company producing handwoven baskets, aimed at promoting Chinese baskets to the world.
A large choice of willow baskets with favorable prices and good quality. Up to almost one thousand of great designs.
Collecting and Change in Native American Basketry.
The practice of collecting baskets has spurred numerous changes this century.
Contemporary Basketry
Kelly Anderson's site provides very helpful information about basket weaving. Includes information on dyeing fibers, cleaning baskets, and more.
The big craft show on the internet.
An online community that creates the opportunity for professional craftspeople, craft organizations and people interested in crafts to meet, share information and promote fine crafts worldwide.
Dead Sea Scrolls -- Basketry
Basketry and cordage represent major types of perishable finds retrieved in this arid part of Israel
DW Baskets
In the Berkshire Mountains of Massachussetts - baskets, basket kits, and classes.
English Basketry Willows
Bonnie Gale's information about willow basketmaking and willow growing, and the "American Willow Growers Network".
Handweavers Guild of America, Inc.
Handweavers Guild of America, Inc.
Hopi Basketry
Hopi basketry presentation: history and meaning, manufacture and decoration, bibliography.
In a Hand Basket
Linda Boyle Gibson's baskets, materials, kits, and newsletter.
Jayara Crafts
Baskets from Botswana. Handmade by the Bayei and Hambukushu women, the baskets are woven with fibers from the 'vegetable ivory' palm tree.
Joyful Weft Basket Studio
Classes in birch bark and black ash, patterns, and basketry materials.
Mats and Basketry of West Bengal
Mats and Basketry of West Bengal
Miss Jimmie's Basketry
Jim and Jimmie Kent are master basket makers and workshop leaders, working from their home/studio in Sneads Ferry, NC. Their work is marketed under the name Miss Jimmie's Basketry.
Native American Technology & Art
An educational site containing historical and instructional information about traditional Native American technology, art and crafts. Great detail is provided for the technology of Native Americans of the Eastern Woodlands, as well as for other regions of North America.
Nature Arts Gallery
Indian basketry of the Emberá and Wounaan. The Emberá and the Wounaan are the primary indigenous groups to inhabit the Darién Jungles on the Panamanian/Colombian border in Central America.
Native Basketry: Survival, Beauty
Vast amount of information on Native American basketrya: materials, history, basketmakers, traditions, sources. Very extensive.
One-Eyed Jack's Trading Post
Native American Baskets.
The Pine Needle Group
All kinds of information about coiling, email addresses of basketmakers, suppliers, books, a gallery, etc.
Secondary MarketClub, Ltd.
For collectors of hand woven Longaberger® baskets. Provides advertising and reference tools on the Internet to buy, sell, and trade secondary market baskets and accessories.
Swedish Basketry
Jonas Hasselrot, a Swedish basketmaker offering courses, lectures and demonstrations. Having a keen interest in basketry culture and history, in Sweden and worldwide. The author of a book on Swedish basketry, covering traditions and techniques.
Swedish painted baskets
History and pictures of Swedish painted baskets.
Weaver's Words
David Collins' basketry community email digest.
The Weaving Network
America's Home Site For Weaving, Caning & Basketry Sources.
Woven Willow World
We are a small company which is dealing with hand woven willow furniture & baskets traditionally made in Bosnia and Herzegovina by craftsmen at their homes using only the finest domestically grown willow.
Offers basketmaking instruction on CD-ROM which allows basketmakers to learn techniques at their computers. Our CD, Introduction to Coiling, features easy-to-follow photos and text illustrating coiling techniques with basketry examples from fiber artist/teacher Marilyn Moore.
ZB Imports
Woven Baskets from Africa. A collection of baskets from Zimbabwe, Botswana and South Africa. Baskets are made from the native Ilala palm by prize winning artisans.
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Last updated Sep. 15, 2003

Alan Beebe