The Basket Blog


April ‘21 Pattern

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In one way or another, we are all travelers.....and, there's always a lot of stuff to take with us! Our Traveler's Tote Basket is the beautiful solution to that situation. It is a sturdy, filled-based basket with leather straps that are long enough to slip over the...

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March ‘21 Pattern

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The Painted Wooden Bottom Toy Basket has oak plywood tacked to its base both inside and out so that it is bottom heavy - not tipsy. Whether holding Thomas the Tank Engine or Barbie, this basket serves as both a functional container and a beautiful home decoration....

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February ‘21 Pattern

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The Square Market Basket was designed as an antique reproduction from days gone-by. As long as there have been goods to transport, market baskets have been woven to carry things. Our Square Market Basket reminds us of those olden days....

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January ‘21 Pattern

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The Painted Round Basket was designed as an antique reproduction of an old basket found in a New England cottage. The rim has an extra trim piece lashed with flat reed and nailed in place with small brass tacks as was custom in old-time basketry construction. It is...

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December ‘20 Pattern

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The Little Gift Basket is the perfect solution for those "hard to buy for" names on your gift giving list. It can hold a new coffee mug with cappuccino or tea packets, handmade soaps with rolled washcloths, or a small tin of maple syrup with dry pancake mix. The...

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The Basket Blog

Basket Finishes

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I have experimented extensively. Here are some of my conclusions.

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January ‘22 Free Pattern

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Since early colonial times people have needed containers for storing the necessary "stuff" of life ~ items that must be close at hand but out of sight. Our Big Green Basket...

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December ‘21 Pattern

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There are baskets for bread, for cookies, for crackers, and for muffins … why not for biscuits? Serve your guests afternoon tea and biscuits with this basket to add a level...

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