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Weekend Basketry Weaving Workshop – Kendall

  • 29 Jun 2024 - 30 Jun 2024

  • 10:00 am - 4:00 pm
  • $430

Learn four basketry techniques in 2 days. You will be learning and exploring my favourite basketry techniques with materials you can easily access after the class so you can easily keep on weaving:

Random weaving with cane + inclusions
Random weaving with long leafy plants
Twining with jute with a pattern
Looping with paper string
Bonus string/cordage demonstration

By the end of this course you will be confident in multiple basketry techniques.

Tapping into your creativity, like all of my workshops, it is so much more than just learning techniques, it’s an opportunity to tap into powerful creativity that is ready to surface.

Learning at your own pace, in this hands on, practical workshop is all about exploration and experimentation not perfection. While learning basketry techniques, you will be reconnecting with your imagination and creativity.

It’s a small class so you get hands-on tuition from expert weaver, Catriona Pollard. Suitable for beginners, or weavers who are looking to learn these techniques If you’ve never done weaving before – perfect! You’ll love it and leave with finished basketry sculptures and the confidence to do more.

This course is for you if:

You want to learn multiple basketry techniques.
You don’t have any experience or want to further develop your weaving.
You’re looking for a fun, relaxing creative outlet, and an enjoyable way to spend your downtime.
You deserve the gift a weekend of dedicated weaving with a group of lovely people.

Saturday 29 – Sunday 30 June 2024 10am – 4pm daily, Kendall Community Centre
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