How to Make a Seagrass Baskets

Jul 3rd

Seagrass baskets – seagrass basket is stylish and environmentally friendly way to store household. Hand-woven seagrass basket own is fun, practical and affordable. Seagrass can meet in any pattern and combined with other materials. To help correct weaving baskets seagrass, follow these simple instructions.

Seagrass Baskets with Lids
Seagrass Baskets with Lids

Preparation immerse seagrass. It is already very flexible and soak it is not necessary because it would cause the seagrass unravel. Seagrass baskets strip ordinary size in inches: 3/16, 1/4, 1/3 and 1/2. In the weaving, the ends butt together at the back. Seagrass tend to be large, so do not try to hide or sneak peak. You may want to meet seagrass with other fillers such as reeds.

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Seagrass can be dyed. To dye seagrass baskets, do so before weaving. Be sure to use as little water as possible when dying seagrass. The quantity of concentrated dye, it will take a while to absorb dyes seagrass. Both ends of the hub into close before the end of the matrix to be down during the dying process. Regardless of the size of your basket weaving, weaving basics first. When woven base, always remember interweave vertical stripes begins in the heart. Do you want to make sure the vertical beams running through the center of the horizontal beams.

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