Indian basket weaving
Dover Publications, 1903 - Crafts & Hobbies - 103 pages
Basic techniques preparation of the reed, splicing, introduction of color, shaping and finishing, more. Also descriptions of a great variety of weaves Lazy Squaw, Mariposa, Taos, Shilo, others, each accompanied by specific instructions. 114 illustrations.
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Pine Needle Basketry: From Forest Floor to Finished Project
Judy Mofield Mallow
Limited preview - 1997
Instruction for Indian Basket Weaving
Lazy Squaw Weave
Mariposa Weave Knotted
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Abalone Abalone shells Aleuts AMERICAN INDIAN band BASKET WEAVING beads boiling carefully commence weaving Commenced Basket continue weaving continuous coil basket Date Palm dyeing end of reed Fan Palm finished basket flat placque flat point fold fustic held firmly Hold the reed HOPI illustration Indian basketry inside introduction of color Klikitat knotted large reed leaves left hand Lewis Henry Morgan Light Oil Finish linseed oil logwood Makah manner mordant natural raphia Navajo weave old fustic one-half inches oval overlay polish pounds Preparing the reed raphia thread raphia weaving rattan reed is covered ribbon rose bowl row of pairing row of weaving SANDPAINTINGS SHAPING THE BASKET Shi-lo Showing Bottom SHOWING COMMENCED Showing Top Sides of Basket small reed Soak Splicing the reed SPLICING THE THREAD splints split stain sweet grass Take thread of raphia Treasure Basket trim turpentine upright bams wampum weaving threads wrap Yokut