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Willow: A Guide to Growing and Harvesting - Plus 20 Beautiful Woven Projects
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Jenny Crisp
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Willow: A Guide to Growing and Harvesting - Plus 20 Beautiful Woven Projects

Jenny Crisp


9781911127710

Jacqui Small


Spinning & weaving;
Rural crafts


Hardback

144 pages

$53.95  $48.55
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As natural materials such as wood, leather, rattan and cork continue to be used in the home, handmade woven objects, from bread baskets and trays to stools and screens, are fast becoming the must-have accessories of the contemporary interior. Master basket maker and willow grower, Jenny Crisp, teaches you some of the key weaving techniques to make 20 simple willow projects without the need of complicated tools. Jenny's approach is innovative and moves forward beyond the old patterns and boundaries, to allow the reader to make work that is fresh and for contemporary use.

By:   Jenny Crisp
Imprint:   Jacqui Small
Country of Publication:   United Kingdom
Dimensions:   Height: 250mm,  Width: 210mm, 
ISBN:   9781911127710
ISBN 10:   1911127713
Pages:   144
Publication Date:   September 2018
Audience:   General/trade ,  ELT Advanced
Format:   Hardback
Publisher's Status:   Active

Jenny Crisp has been a professional basket maker and willow grower for over 30 years. She grows the willow to make her baskets that she then sells directly to the public. 'I make functional items for use in the home and the garden. My involvement with the complete process, from the very first planting to the final stages of making, has given me an awareness and understanding of the link between making a functional object from an indigenous material. I try in my approach to be both forward looking and innovative, whilst at the same time retaining a respect for the sound and established traditions of my craft.' - Jenny Crisp

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