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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.
With a deep connection and passion for the outdoors, fox hunting is another splendid way for Mississippians to get outside and enjoy all that our great state has to offer, and, hey, if over 50 baying hounds, a dozen galloping horses, and a couple of Coyotes doesn't get your blood pumping, well, maybe you should look into basket weaving.
There will also be carol singing, craft stalls and a chance to get involved with jewellery making and basket weaving.
She loved her flower garden, basket weaving and most of all her grandsons.
It's made from water hyacinth which is perfect for basket weaving. Yours for pounds 25.
There will be demonstrations of corn dolly making, wood turning and basket weaving. Strolling through the fair will be pedlars, with wares for everyone.
Historical war re-enactors and individuals of Creek and Cherokee heritage will demonstrate traditional dances, basket weaving, musket and cannon drills, and traditional cooking.
Schlick discusses her early experiences as a young bride on the reservation, her education in basket weaving and work as a journalist and teacher, the complicated relationship between reservations and the law, and the reasons she and her husband have come to call the Columbia Plateau home.
Yes for basket weaving. Maybe we should just give up sport completely.
"When they say, 'I'm taking a fourth year of language, I'm taking AP this and AP that' and when you see their final transcripts, it is underwater basket weaving and intro to breathing ...
Perhaps Congress should take up basket weaving. It's true that basket weaving has a bad rap, but my suggestion isn't meant as a commentary on lawmakers' abilities.