Have you ever wanted to learn how to make a basket on-the-go? Whether it be a survival situation or a quick solution to store berries while harvesting in the woods, random weave baskets are great containers, baskets or living-room display...
Join us for a one-day basket making class, whereby we harvest vines and turn them into a random-weave basket. We will teach how to ethically harvest raw material, and how to make a free form basket.
Random weave baskets break all the rules for following patterns and strict basket-weaving guidelines. It’s a type of weave that allows for free flow of your weavers and form of your basket. It’s a great start to working with wild fibers as well as sitting amongst the woods and making something useful with your hands.
The location of this course will be in the greater Duvall area, outside of Eastern Seattle. We will meet in the morning and have a full day of harvesting, weaving and enjoying the NW woodlands. Be ready to focus and work with your hands.
Saturday, 10AM- 4PM. Location Lynndale Park, Open to ages 12 and up (Age 8-12 with an adult) – Tuition $65 per student
Rachael will be instructing this course with Quiet Heart Wilderness School. For questions or to sign-up, go to: Quiet Heart Registeration