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Weave a foraging basket

Learn how to weave a useful foraging basket

  • Starts 10 Jul
  • 125 British pounds
  • 39 High Street, BS16 5HD

Available spots

Service Description

Come along to Creative Space and spend the day learning how to weave a useful and practical foraging basket with natural colourful willows. Award-winning weaver Amanda Rayner from Wildwood Willows will guide you through the process from putting the hoops together with a god's eye binding to starting the weave and adding the ribs. This is a wonderful basket to use on the allotment or to take out foraging, it also has many uses around the house too! What’s included? All tools and materials provided. Teas and coffees for refreshment. Lunch not provided please bring a sandwich. Date: Wednesday 10th July, 10am-4pm, £125 inc materials and tools. About Amanda: Amanda started Wyldwood Willow in 2000, based in Monmouthshire, South Wales. She attends a range of events and festivals across the UK every year offering workshops and willow weaving demonstrations. She also specialises in natural products for the home and garden, made with willow and handwoven. She began weaving when a friend showed her how to make a frame basket over 20 years ago. Since discovering willow, her passion to share the skill of this ancient craft and her desire to limit the use of plastic in the world, has driven Amanda to create the thriving business that is Wyldwood Willow today.

Upcoming Sessions

Contact Details

  • 39 High Street, Bristol BS16 5HD, UK


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