Basketmaking, environmental sculpture, willow, rush and hedgerow basketry.
Living willow sculpture, traditional handwoven willow baskets, rush hats and mats. Gallery of work and workshops.
Cheshire group holding workshops for willow basketry, willow sculpture and other related crafts.
Antique restoration services plus materials for DIY Includes brief descriptions of cane and rush seating methods with potted histories. Dorset.
Straw craft includes marquetry, Swiss straw work, models made of straw, lip work, tied straw figures, finials and plaited straw hats as well as corn dolies. Resources, news and where to see straw work
English and Celtic style. Gallery of work and details of workshops in Herefordshire.
Contemporary forms in willow for interiors and the landscape by a Derbyshire artist. Artist's statement, gallery of work and exhibitions.
Artist in wood and weaver of willow. Sculpture, commissions, latest work, traditional work and advice on planting and coppicing. Scotland.
Designer and maker of functional objects and art works using the techniques and the forms traditionally associated with baskets. Biography, exhibitions, ethics and gallery.
Traditional chairs with straw backs. Heritage, anatomy, photographs and ordering.
Arts organisation promoting the understanding and appreciation of weaving with wood and willow in Scotland. Galleries, courses, local groups and news.
Woven seating specialists. History of cane and rush seating, DIY sales and online museum pages.
Supplier of raw materials, tools and instruction books. Order form and information for visitors. Lincolnshire.
Hand-woven rush products made to order. Origins, products, shop and a download video showing how rush weave products are made.
Established in 1569 to control basketmaking in London, now supports charity and the craft of basketmaking. History, diary and events.
Background, membership information and details of courses held at the National Botanic Garden of Wales.
Growers of over 100 different species of willow. Finished products, materials, and information on varieties, living willow, dead willow, structures and uses.
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