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? To achieve a various colored effect you can pass away the twine then place the twines together in elaborate patterns. This will come later when you have weaved a few wicker baskets.

? When willow is freshly picked it needs to be dried out. Baskets made from fresh cut willow will reduce in size and the weave becomes loose after drying.

? Prior to you start weaving the willow needs to be soaked, the ratio is one foot of willow should soak for one day.

? Tools Needed Directory

Sharp knife for breaking the willow

A couple of cutters to cut willow to size

A pointed tool used for separating the weave, for instance a pointed stick or toe nail would work well.

? Producing the bottom

? You need to cut eight parts of Willow from thick locations. For a tiny basket like those are making the shoots only have to be about thirty centimeter long.

? After cutting the willow go through your bundle of willows and find the thinnest and longest shoots that will make good weavers.

? In the middle of four limbs make a split with your knife about four to five cm long.

? Start out with the two weavers by inserting the thin ceases in the split you made earlier.

? This technique requires holding the 2 weavers and twisting them one over the other so they switch places. Each distort is done always in the same direction.

? Following each twist the next spoke can now be put between the two weavers.

? The next twist you are going to do will lock the weavers into place.

? Then pair around each set of four spokes and complete two rows. This will likely lock the Slath collectively to start.

? Now bear in mind to pull the weavers in tightly as close as possible. Space equally and continue to place a couple more lanes.

? You can come near to the ends of the weaver and you will probably need to add new ones to carry on with weaving cloth.

? To include a new weaver in, mark each weaver as "A" and "B" when starting, then you will know which one to work with next.

? Take the end of your new weaver and point the end down forcing it between the place of the last two rows.

. Bend it out to follow the route of this weaver.

? Today cut this weaver off and continue weaving around the basket.

? Then you will continue pairing before the base has come to its full diameter in size.

? I am showing you another simple technique next month to finish our wicker basket.

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