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basket-weave

[′bas·kət ‚wēv]
(building construction)
A checkerboard pattern of bricks, flat or on edge.
(textiles)
Pertaining to fabric in which two or more yarns are worked in warp and weft.
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Makhoul learned the art of basket weaving from his father, who had been taught by his father before him.
We have had really interesting sessions about the history of Cardiff Docks, the way the Conway Church organ works and sounds, the works of Canton born sculptor William Goscombe John, a year as Lord Mayor of Cardiff, willow basket weaving, 'upcycling' - transforming furniture using chalk paint, home security / repairs with Age Cymru Handy Van Man Tel.
Basket weaving, jewellery making, competitions, druming, dance workshops and exhibitions will also feature.
The maze is made from a type of willow called common osier, the same kind of plant which is used for basket weaving.
These included competitions in word processing, Powerpoint, poster design, web page design, henna painting, embroidery, pot painting, flower arrangement, basket weaving, waste reuse art and wood carving.
Experience one of our retreats: Basket Weaving (June 2-8); Silent Directed (June 2-8 & July 21-27); The Mandala (June 21-23); Nurturing the Sacred Within (July 21-27); Yoga (July 28-Aug.
His love for the culture of the Tribe was evident as he gathered river cane from the river bottoms, splitting the cane and applying the intricate basket weaving methods passed down for generations.
I am not a fox hunter, and my knowledge of fox hunting is as vast as my knowledge of ballet or basket weaving.
The event featured pottery demonstrations, henna, basket weaving, calligraphy, traditional clothing and Arabian nights activities.
Nevertheless, he has a point when he questions why the Air Force should pay for someone to get a degree in basket weaving if it doesn't have any need for anyone who knows how to weave baskets.
3 million building will house community classes on harvesting, cooking and preserving traditional and other local foods, financial skills for families, homebuyer education, basket weaving, tribal food sovereignty and developing medicinal gardens.
In this presentation, Peggy Flores focuses on three basic weaving techniques: circle weaving, flat weaving and basket weaving.