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    Unhappy basketweaving patterns

    I cannot figure how to get to the basketweaving patterns. HELP!

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    Default Re: basketweaving patterns

    Quote Originally Posted by basketsandstuff View Post
    I cannot figure how to get to the basketweaving patterns. HELP!
    Hmm.. I'm not familiar with any Basket Weaving patterns here on the site... are you referring to this old freebie post?:

    http://www.budget101.com/freebies/57...-patterns.html

    Unfortunately, that post was originally shared 5 years ago on 11-19-2007. The site is long gone now.

    However, I'm sure that I can find a few in my notes that I saved . . .
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    Default Swing Basket

    This Swing Basket Pattern is Copyright by Norma Buehlmann & appeared on http://www.basketclass.com



    Materials:
    5/8" flat - spokes & fillers
    1/2" flat - weavers, inside rim
    1/4" flat/oval - color weavers
    1/4" flat/oval - top row & lashing
    1/2" flat/oval - outer rim
    #2 seagrass
    #2 round reed - twine base
    10" x 9 1/2" D handle (or taller)
    1" x 4" x 1/8" wood scrap, cording (swing)
    Cut:
    4 - 24" x 5/8" flat - spokes
    4 - 18" x 5/8" flat - filler spokes
    9 - 21" x 5/8" flat - spokes
    Mark center of handle and 21" & 24" spokes on rough side. Mark center of 18" spokes on smooth side.
    Lay out 9 21" spokes rough side up horizontally aligning centers. Weave in handle vertically beginning under top spoke. Weave 18" filler, smooth side up vertically on each side of handle. Alternate with 24" spokes, rough side up, repeat, until all spokes are woven into base. Pack base to 6 1/2" vertical X 10" horizontal. There may be a small space between handle and filler spokes. The rest should pack tightly. Turn base over.


    Tuck filler spokes into base under 3rd spoke. Turn base back over. Twine once around. Upsett spokes.



    Row 1-3: 1/2" flat (weave first row outside handle spoke)
    Row 4-12: 1/4" flat/oval color
    Row 13: 1/4" flat/oval plain
    Straighten spokes and pack all rows beginning at bottom. Cut and tuck.
    Rim: Form rim using 1/2" flat inner rim and 1/2" flat/oval outer rim.
    Line with seagrass and lash with 1/4" flat/oval. "X" handles.
    Swing: Drill handle with 1/8" bit, 1 1/2" each side of center. Drill seat holes the same width apart as the handle holes. (1/2" in from each end of seat) Thread beads onto "rope" to fill area between holes on handle. (3") Pull ends of cord through handle holes. Adjust cord to length needed. Feed through seat holes. Try the doll in the swing for height. Knot ends. Trim.
    This would be perfect for teddy bear collectors, you could use any size D handle. For a taller doll, use 10" x 12" D or 10" x 14" D.



    If you are Norma Buehlmann & would like this pattern removed, please contact me & I will remove it immediately.

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    Default Divided Basket

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    Divided Basket
    by Norma Buehlmann

    Materials needed:
    1/2" flat reed - spokes, weavers, inner rim
    3/8" flat reed - filler spokes
    #2 or #3 seagrass - rim filler
    #00 seagrass - side decoration, approx.10'
    1/4" flat reed - top row weaving
    1/2" flat dyed reed - one row approx. 48"
    #2 round reed - twine base
    1/2" flat/oval - outer rim
    1/4" flat/oval - lashing rim
    1 - NS4SQ oak handle
    2 - wooden dividers - 10 1/8" x 3 15/16" x 1/4"
    Cut
    22 - 26" x 1/2" flat reed spokes
    8 - 15" x 3/8" flat reed filler spokes
    2 - 15" x 1/2" flat reed filler spokes
    Base measures 10 1/4" x 10 1/4" after twining
    You will probably need to sand down and trim your handle. The height to the notch should be 4". The notch will only need to stick out about 1/8".
    Mark centers of 26" spokes on the rough side. Mark the centers of 15" spokes on the smooth side.
    Lay out eleven 26" spokes horizontally. Spread spokes out enough to form a 10" deep base. Weave a 26" vertical spoke through the center beginning under, so that the vertical spoke goes OVER the center horizontal spoke. The center vertical spoke is the handle spoke.
    Weave a 15" x 1/2" filler spoke, smooth side up, on each side of the center vertical spoke. Pack filler spokes snugly against the center vertical spoke. Alternate 26" x 1/2" spokes, rough side up, with 15" x 3/8" filler spokes, smooth side up, to complete base. True base to 10" x 10".
    Flip base over. Split and tuck filler spokes, forming "V"s along horizontal edge of base. TURN BASE BACK OVER. Twine once around base. Upsett spokes.
    Weave
    1 row - 1/2" flat going outside handle spoke. Keep corners squared and sides upright.
    2 rows - 1/2" flat
    Insert handle to base of basket inside center vertical spoke.
    3 rows - 1/2" flat forming basket to fit snugly against dividers. (Hint - Keep corners square and spokes upright.)
    1 row - dyed 1/2" flat.



    Raise above previous row enough to thread seagrass between the rows. Double length of seagrass long enough to go around the basket plus 6". Begin lacing from the inside of basket left of the handle spoke. Bring ends of seagrass to the outside of basket above and below dyed row until center of seagrass is snug against inside edge of handle. Bring upper strand across handle spoke on the outside of the basket and insert in lower right opening. Place lower outside strand over first strand forming "X" and insert in upper right opening. Continue around. There should be "X"s outside the basket, over the colored row, and stitches above and below the dyed row on the inside of basket. End by pulling the two strands through the beginning loop on the basket inside and clipping. Adjust seagrass and dyed row so that is evenly packed against lower rows of weaving.



    1 row - 1/2" flat reed
    1 row - 1/4" flat reed (top row of weaving)
    rim - 1/2" flat/oval reed (outer rim)
    1/2" flat inner rim
    #2 or #3 seagrass filler
    1/4" flat/oval lashing (X handle)



    If sides of basket stand away from divider, block sides or tie rims in correct position to dry. Be certain to sand handle and dividers smoothly.
    Stain and coat divider with a moisture proof sealant to prevent warping. A urethane-tung oil mix would be good.

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    Default Munchkin Market Basket Pattern

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    by Norma Buehlmann

    Materials:
    4 x 6.5 D handle - sanded well
    3/8 flat/flat reed - spokes & inner rim
    1/4 flat/flat reed - weavers
    #2 round reed - twine base
    #3 round reed - weavers
    3/8 flat/oval - outer rim
    11/64 flat/oval - lashing
    seagrass or #5 round reed - rim filler

    Cut:
    5 - 18 x 3/8 flat spokes
    8 - 16 x 3/8 flat spokes
    Mark all spokes at the center on the rough side. Mark the center of the handle.
    Lay out the five 18 spokes horizontally aligning centers. Weave in the handle vertically beginning under. The center horizontal spokes goes over the handle. Weave in the 16 spokes alternating the weave. There will be four spokes woven vertically on each side of the handle.

    True the base to 4 x 6.
    Twine once around the base with #2 round reed. Upsett spokes.

    Rows 1-2: Over-under weave a row of 1/4 flat with the weaver outside of the handle. Weave another row alternating the first row. These are individual rows ending with a four spoke overlap.

    Rows 3-5: Take a long piece of #3 round. Alternate the weave on row 2. Continue weaving for two more rows. Do not end weaver. These will not alternate with each other, but will lie right on top of each other.

    Rows 6-8: Pass behind the first spoke and the one to the right, and weave a row alternating row 5. Continue weaving for two more rows. Again these will fall right on top of each other.

    Rows 9-11: repeat rows 6-8. Do not end weaver.

    Rows 12-14: repeat rows 6-8. When you complete these rows, tuck weaver.

    Rows 15-17: Weave three 1/4 flat rows, alternating the weave. These are individual rows and have a four spoke overlap. Cut & tuck.

    Rim: Form a rim with 3/8 flat/oval outer rim, 3/8 flat inner rim and #2 seagrass or #5 round reed as rim filler. Lash with 11/64 flat/oval. x the lashing over the handles.



    (C) by Norma Buehlmann


    Again- this originally appeared on basketclass.com - which is no longer in service.
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    Default Peanut Basket

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    Peanut Basket
    Materials:
    1/2" Flat Reed - spokes, rims and weavers
    1/4" Flat Reed - weavers, lashing
    3/8" Flat Reed
    #2 Seagrass - rim filler
    #2 Round Reed - twining
    NS4 Square 10"-11" handle

    Base: 4.5" x 9" overall, 4.5" x 4.5" separately

    Cut:
    20 - 22.5" x 1/2" Flat Reed spokes
    8 - 11" x 1/2" Flat Reed spokes

    Mark the 22.5" spokes in the center on the rough side. Mark the 11" filler spokes on the smooth side in the centers.
    Weave two separate bases 4.5" x 4.5" as follows:
    Lay out five 22.5" spokes rough side up horizontally aligning centers. Space about 1/2" apart. Weave one 22.5" vertically through the centers beginning under.

    Weave one 11" filler spoke vertically on each side of the center spoke, smooth side up. Vertical spokes should be packed tightly together. Weave one 22.5" spoke vertically on each side of the filler spokes, followed by two more fillers and ending with two 22.5" spokes. True base to measure 4.5" x 4.5". Mark inside of one of the bases with a "#1".
    Begin second base the same as the first. Lay out 5 spokes horizontally, rough side up, aligning centers. Weave a 22.5" spoke through the centers beginning over.
    Weave filler spokes rough side up, vertically, one on each side of center vertical spoke. Pack vertical spokes tightly together. Continue to weave spokes and filler spokes alternately. True base to 4.5" x 4.5". Mark the inside of the second base with a "#2".

    Base #1: Fold filler spokes to the outside and tuck under the center spoke.

    Base #2:
    Fold filler spokes to the inside and tuck under the center spoke.

    Upsett the spokes on one filler-end side of each basket. Clip the upsett spokes of basket #1 to those of #2. Twine the base of the joined basket around the outer perimeter. Upsett rest of stakes.

    Rows 1-12:
    Weave with 3/8" flat reed, one row at a time on each basket. The pairs of spokes on the joined side of the basket will be treated as one. You must have woven the bases as directed for the over/under weave of the sides to line up properly to weave the sides together as one. The separating wall of the basket is woven with a double thickness this way. Begin and end rows on sides other than the joining wall. End with a four spoke overlap.


    Row 13: Weave one row 1/4" flat reed in the same manner as previous rows.
    Cut and tuck each basket as one. Do not cut the pairs of spokes as one spoke. When you are doing the connecting wall, cut and tuck on ly the spokes to the basket you are working on. Leave the other set of spokes standing until you cut and tuck that basket.
    Insert NS4SQ handle into center handle spoke. Using 1/2" Flat Reed, form your inner and outer rims. There will be two inner rims and one outer. Starting on one side of the inserted handle, lay the seagrass in between the rims, going once around each basket and ending on the other side of the handle. This will cause a double row of seagrass on the connecting wall of the basket. Lash with 1/4" flat reed, making an x over the handle spokes.

    This Project originally appeared on Basketclass.com (which is no longer available).
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    Default Fourth of July Wall Basket

    Name:  4th.JPG
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Size:  21.7 KBFourth of July Wall Basket
    by Norma Buehlmann
    Materials:
    12 x 19 D handle - sanded well
    3/8 flat/flat reed - spokes
    1/4 flat/oval reed - weavers (dyed red)
    1/4 flat/oval reed - weavers (dyed blue)
    1/4 flat/oval reed - weavers (natural)
    #2 round reed - twine base
    1/2 flat/oval - outer rim
    1/2" flat/flat - inner rim
    11/64 flat/oval - lashing
    seagrass or #5 round reed - rim filler
    Cut:
    17- 27 x 3/8 flat spokes
    Mark all spokes at the center on the rough side. Mark the center of the handle.
    Lay out seventeen 27 spokes horizontally aligning centers. Weave in the handle vertically beginning under. The center horizontal spokes goes over the handle.
    True the base to (handle width approx. 1 1/8) x 12.
    Twine once around the base with #2 round reed. Upsett spokes.
    Rows 1-3: Over-under weave a row of red 1/4 flat/oval with the weaver outside of the handle. Weave next two rows alternating the first row. These are individual rows ending with a four spoke overlap.
    Rows 4-6: Over-under weave 3 rows natural 1/4" flat/oval.


    Rows 7-9: 3 rows red 1/4" flat/oval.


    Rows 10-12: 3 rows natural 1/4" flat/oval


    Rows 13-15: 3 rows red 1/4" flat/oval


    Rows 16-18: 3 rows natural 1/4" flat/oval


    Row 19: Beginning behind the 9th spoke from the left - weave 1/4" red to the right - around teh basket until the top of the second spoke on the left front. Weave a piece of 1/4" flat/oval navy beginning behind the first spoke on the left, right until it ends tucked between red weaver and tenth spoke from the left.
    Row 20: Beginning behind the 8th spoke weave 1/4" red flat/oval right - around the basket and end on top of the first spoke to teh left on the front. Tuck a 1/4" f/o blue weaver between the handle and red weaver and weave to the right overlapping the red weaver and trimming eighth and ninth spokes from the left so that the blue rows appear the same width.
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    Row 21: repeat row 19
    Row 22: repeat row 20 - using natural instead of red 1/4" flat/oval
    Row 23: repeat row 19 - using natural instead of red 1/4" flat/oval

    Row 24: repeat row 20 - using natural instead of red 1/4" flat/oval"


    Rows 25-39: follow pattern established until you have a field of blue flanked by seven stripes, beginning and ending in red. There should be 13 stripes in all on the flag.
    Row 40: weave one row 1/4" flat/oval natural.

    Cut and tuck spokes.

    Rim: Form a rim with 1/2 flat/oval outer rim, 1/2 flat inner rim and #2 seagrass as rim filler. Lash with 1/4 flat/oval. x the lashing over the handles.
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    Default Jelly Caddy

    I have a couple saved from that very same site liss! Here are the ones I had saved in my azz file;


    This is a Jelly Caddy basket, the pattern author is also Norma Buehlmann
    1/2 Pint Size

    Materials:

    * 1/2" Flat reed (spokes)
    * 1/4" Flat (weavers, both plain and color; lashing)
    * 3" x 3" Handle(Small Jelly)
    * #2 Round reed (twining)
    * Seagrass (rim)

    Base:

    5 1/4" x 2 1/2"

    Cut:

    Three 16 1/2" spokes out of 1/2" Flat reed
    Seven 14" spokes out of 1/2" Flat reed

    Mark centers on rough side. Lay out three 16 1/2" spokes horizontally. Weave 14" center spoke vertically; add remaining spokes, three on each side. True base to 5 1/4" x 2 1/2".

    Twine twice around base with #2 Round reed. Upset spokes and weave six rows of 1/4" Flat reed. Twine three more rows of #2 Round reed using colored reed if desired. Weave three more rows of 1/4" Flat reed. Cut and tuck to the twining. It is okay that you are only tucking under one row of 1/4" Flat reed.

    Rim:

    Form an inside and outside rim of 1/2" Flat reed. Place copper eyes centered above the long side of the basket. Lay seagrass on top of wire and between walls of rim. Lash rim with 1/4" Flat reed. "X" the handles.

    Turn basket bottom side up. Cut small pieces of 1/4" Flat reed to form a lattice across the bottom. Tuck pieces diagonally going between the 1/2" spokes at the intersections so that the lattice work does not weave into the inside of the basket.



    Attach wire bale handle with pliers.
    1 Pint Size
    Materials:

    * 1/2" Flat reed (spokes)
    * 1/4" Flat reed (weavers, both plain and color; lashing)
    * 5/8" Flat dyed reed (weaver)
    * 3 3/4" x 5" Handle(Large Jelly)
    * #2 Round reed (twining)
    * Seagrass (rim)

    Base:

    6 1/2" x 3"

    Cut:

    Four 19 1/2" spokes out of 1/2" Flat reed
    Seven 16" spokes out of 1/2" Flat reed

    Mark centers of all spokes on the rought side. Lay out four 19 1/2" spokes horizontally. Weave 16" spoke over centers of horizontal spokes. Add remaining six spokes, three on each side. True base to 6 1/2" x 3". Twine around once with #2 Round reed. Upset stakes. Weave up sides as follows:

    Rows 1-4:
    1/4" Flat plain
    Row 5:
    1/4" Flat dyed
    Row 6:
    5/8" Flat dyed
    Row 7:
    1/4" Flat dyed
    Rows 8-13:
    1/4" Flat plain

    Rim:

    Cut and tuck. Form and inside and outside rim of 1/2" Flat reed. Place copper eyes centered above the long side of the basket. Lay seagrass on top of wire and between walls of rim. Lash rim with 1/4" Flat reed. "X" the handles.

    Finish as in 1/2 pint Jelly Caddy.

    This was posted on basketclass.com in 07/08(?)
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