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basket, artist not attributed - Whoever the artist is, congrats, so gorgeous! You are tremendously talented - wish I knew who you are!

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DIY Beautiful Paper Woven Tray

Oh, you’re a Smurfs fan? Add little touches of the Smurfs forest to your home! This DIY woven paper tray is shaped like a leaf and can hold fruit, candy, or even craft supplies.

Afbeelding van http://www.brooklynmuseum.org/eascfa/feminist_art_base/archive/images/800.2716.jpg.

Fiber and Textile, Ferne Jacobs, Artist, The Round, coiled waxed-linen thread…

Weaving brightly between grasses (and other natural objects). This is a great idea to use some of those fibers that I have no idea what to do with.


Put this next to the sofa.closest to the ottomans. Move sofas back if you…

My clothesline purse made with my old shirt.

The handle going all the way down the sides also adds visual interest.

Fern Jacob

These coiled waxed linen thread vessels by California artist Ferne Jacobs . To see more of her work go to the Nancy Margolis Gallery .

One Pinner said, "sewn paper bag woven basket - great gift container! - nice use of paper bags, useful to see how to make the basket even if other materials are used.

My work has gone from painting to Weaving, and then in 1970, I began to create three dimensional fiberwork using ancient basketmaking techniques, which I remain committed to today. This commitment grows out of a fascination that thread can be made solid, that by using only my hands and the thread, a form can be made that will physically stand on its own. - Ferne Jacobs

Opens Sat, May Ferne Jacobs Nancy Margolis Gallery, 523 St., NYC An innovator in the fiber arts field, Jacobs is known for her unique three dimensional sculptures constructed with a.

Scarlett Red basket style by basket weaver Tina Puckett made from bittersweet and red reed

Scarlet red basket by Tina Puckett: Scarlett Red H W D Framed out of bittersweet, this basket is woven from red reeds. Branches of bittersweet protrude through the wall of the basket.