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Penfield Press  |  SKU: 8419E

Willow Basketry of the Amana Colonies by Joanna Schanz

$8.95
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Author and nationally acclaimed basketmaker Joanna Schanz brings us the history of Iowa's Amana Colonies and the revival of its basketmaking tradition. Through study with Philip Dickel, the last active basketmaker in the Amana Colonies, Schanz explores the tradition and innovatively brings it forward into today's basketmaking world.

In addition to history you'll find information on tools and cultivation along with 40 pages of how-to instruction and over 70 illustrations and photographs. Copyright 1986. Softcover; 96 pages.

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Penfield Press

Willow Basketry of the Amana Colonies by Joanna Schanz

$8.95

Author and nationally acclaimed basketmaker Joanna Schanz brings us the history of Iowa's Amana Colonies and the revival of its basketmaking tradition. Through study with Philip Dickel, the last active basketmaker in the Amana Colonies, Schanz explores the tradition and innovatively brings it forward into today's basketmaking world.

In addition to history you'll find information on tools and cultivation along with 40 pages of how-to instruction and over 70 illustrations and photographs. Copyright 1986. Softcover; 96 pages.

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