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Madeleine Fowler
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Following the success of our rattan storage baskets, we have now sourced similar ones for use in kitchen cupboards. These have cut out hanles to faciltate sliding them in and out
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A great idea for bathroom storage, using wicker storage baskets .
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Basket projects How's this for an inventive use of a basket?   This is a really easy look to achieve using the  small ,  medium  and  large  unlined baskets, or even the  lined baskets  for an extra touch of luxury. You could even paint them to match your d...
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Thyme and Season The steps to making your own basket Part 4: Making a Handle 1 Make the base. Find a thick shoot to use as the base.
Bend it over the basket, holding the ends in place, to find out how
high you want the handle to be. Cut it to size, leavin...
The World of Wicker
The World of Wicker
thymeandseasonbaskets.blogspot.co.uk
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Time for a bit of cuteness, in a trug !
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Thyme and Season The steps to making your own basket Part 3: Weaving the Sides 1 Stake up the basket. Choose 8 long, medium-sized
willow shoots to serve as the basket's "stakes." These are the vertical
pieces that form the structure of the sides of the ba...
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Thyme and Season  Steps to making your own basket Part 2 Weaving the Base 1 Insert two weavers. Now it's time to actually start
weaving your basket! Find two long, thin shoots of similar length.
Insert the ends of the shoots into the left edge of the hori...
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