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DIY Weaving and Wood-----Baskets, Wattle Fencing, Twig Furniture

Basket Weaving Wattle Fencing Twig Furniture Handmade furniture and items from the materials around you

Buns and Baskets: Pioneer Reference books on google books - a goldmine of information!

Buns and Baskets: How To Dress Like a Pioneer

howtodresslikeapioneer.blogspot.com

Very concise and clear tutorial on basketweaving.

LOVE the woven basket look

Pleaching or plashing was common in gardens from the late Middle Ages until the 18th century. This technique is a kind of weaving of the branches of deciduous trees or shrubs to form a living fence. Sometimes branches woven together grow together, a natural grafting known as inosculation. Sir Walter Scott brought the technique back to popularity in England when he described such a fence in The Fortunes of Nigel.

How to make a woven wicket fence...

Pine Wattle Fencing, Ducks, & a Recipe

forgottenwayfarms.com

wattle fence designs

Allotment Forestry SIMPLE RUSTIC FENCES

allotmentforestry.com

Wattle fence to keep my chickens out of the garden. A wattle fence can take on any shape, even curved. PS Notice how the top level is braided for strength.

Wattle Fence | How Dreary to be Somebody

howdrearytobesomebody.wordpress.com

Make rope out of dead plants -- with no tools

Make rope out of dead plants -- with no tools

instructables.com

Crafting a Fall Twig Basket

Craft a Fall Twig Basket for Display - More Style Than Cash

morestylethancash.com

Making Twig Garden Furniture

Magazine Baskets...don't throw out your old magazines. Use them to make cute storage baskets.

DIY Decor Inspiration: 14 Eco Crafts for the Home | WebEcoist

webecoist.com

Step by step instructions on how to make a twig arbor. Tells u how many twigs of each length & materials needed + has pictures w instructions.

Make Your Own Arbor

bhg.com

Weaving with KUDZU vines! Well? We have MORE THAN enough of that here in Alabama!!! Lol Someone might actually PAY you to come "harvest" it!!! :) this seems to have a TON of prep work for these vines to be used. I would say this would be a more aggressive hobby project. Pinning for my "book" I'm printing of things to do :)

$10.95 for 1100 FEET of weaving material :) LOTS of things to use and nice prices (but I'm new to this so I'm not sure if you can get them much lower? I'm looking)