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Penfield Press  |  SKU: 8432E

Willow Basketry for the Very Beginner by Joanna Schanz

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Eighteen simple, useful, willow basketry recipes from author and nationally acclaimed basketmaker and instructor Joanna Schanz of West Amana, Iowa.

Joanna's adventures with willow began in 1977 when Philip Dickel, the last active willow basketmaker in the Amana Colonies, helped her harvest cultured willow, sort and weave her first basket!

This book contains a Glossary and information on cultured and wild willow along with the recipes. Filled with photographs, dozens of detailed line drawings, and straight-forward text. "Spiced with humor and stories about personal learning experiences of the author."

You'll have fun learning from this enjoyable book. Paperback, Spiral Bound, 64 pages.

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Penfield Press

Willow Basketry for the Very Beginner by Joanna Schanz

$16.95

Eighteen simple, useful, willow basketry recipes from author and nationally acclaimed basketmaker and instructor Joanna Schanz of West Amana, Iowa.

Joanna's adventures with willow began in 1977 when Philip Dickel, the last active willow basketmaker in the Amana Colonies, helped her harvest cultured willow, sort and weave her first basket!

This book contains a Glossary and information on cultured and wild willow along with the recipes. Filled with photographs, dozens of detailed line drawings, and straight-forward text. "Spiced with humor and stories about personal learning experiences of the author."

You'll have fun learning from this enjoyable book. Paperback, Spiral Bound, 64 pages.

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