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In its 14th year, the annual bazaar is expanding its mission to highlight innovation and high fashion within folk art traditions, from flower-petal dyed scarves from India to Amazonian basketry with mesmerizing patterns and symmetry.
In its 14th year, the annual bazaar is expanding its mission to highlight innovation and high-fashion within folk art traditions, from flower-petal dyed scarves from India to Amazonian basketry with mesmerizing patterns and symmetry.
Summer open house at Bouquet Banque Nursery SAT Tour the gardens, shop the nursery and basketry studio, 10 a.m.-4 p.m. Saturday, Bouquet Banque Nursery, 8220 State Ave.
Everything from handmade copper leaves, basketry, stone mosaics, ceramics and rock work to metal and wood will add an unspoken beauty to each garden.
Western Redbud (Cercis occidentalis) was used for both cordage, basketry and dye.
There will be singing, dancing, flute performances, basketry demos, storytelling, vendors, artisans, food, children’s activities, plant exhibits and museum exhibits.
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First Known Use of basketry
BASKETRY Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of basketry for English Language Learners
: the art or craft of making baskets and other objects by weaving together long thin pieces of material
: baskets and other objects made by basketry
BASKETRY Defined for Kids
Definition of basketry for Students
1 : the making of objects (as baskets) by weaving or braiding long slender pieces of material (as reed or wood)
2 : objects made of interwoven material
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