6 edition of Basketry: The Shaker Tradition found in the catalog.
March 1990 by Lark Books .
Written in English
|Contributions||Henry Peach (Photographer)|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||144|
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Basketry: The Shaker Tradition - History, Techniques, Projects Hardcover – J by John E. McGuire (Author)5/5(6). Basketry: The Shaker Tradition: History, Techniques, Projects Paperback – September 1, by John McGuire (Author)/5(6).
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Take your pick from dozens of different traditional Shaker styles: Cats Head, Spoon, Personal Carrier, Double Bottom and many more.
Easy-to-follow instructions and. The book is timeless, as are the baskets."--"Shuttle Spindle & Dyepot" Every one of these baskets transcends simple usefulness and becomes an object of beauty in its own right. Expert basketmaker and historian John McGuire carefully guides crafters through the process of making seven complete projects, from the New from $ Used from $ The book itself is very entertaining and has wonderful easy to follow instructions.
The first half of the book provides a wonderful history of the craft and the evolution of the designs. The second half has well written and well illustrated plans for building your own version of these wonderful baskets/5(10).
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Basketry: the Shaker tradition: history, techniques, projects. [John E McGuire] -- Background information on the Shakers and the tools and equipment used for basket making with step-by-step photos for making a variety of baskets.
Print book: English: 1st pbk. edView all editions and formats Summary: In words and photos you will meet the Shaker artisans of the past, visit their communities, see their handiwork and appreciate the Shaker spirit that is part of every Shaker basket.
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It became increasingly necessary to purchase goods and supplies from the World, so income from sales of Shaker-made items such as oval boxes became more important. Books shelved as basketry: Practical Basketry by Anna A. Gill, Step-By-Step Basketry by Rachel Seidel Gilman, Olympia Le-Tan: The Story of O.L.T.
by Thom. Stephen J. Stein, The Shaker Experience in America: A History of the United Society of Believers. Described as the “definitive history” of the people known as the “United Society of Believers in the First and Second Coming of Christ”-the Shakers, this work has stood the test of time.
Stein, a professor at Indiana University, systematically covers the full range of Shaker. Basketry, The Shaker Tradition. Sterling Publishing Co, Inc.: New York. Order this book through McGuire, J.E. Old New England Splint Baskets; and how to make them. Schiffer Publishing Ltd.: West Chester Penn.
Order this book through Orchard, William C. Beads and Beadwork of the American Indians. Shaker Baskets: Tips on Collecting – The Journal of Antiques and Collectibles – January Text and photos By Martha Wetherbee. This year saw record prices being paid for American wood splint baskets, especially noteworthy were auctions involving Shaker antiques that occurred this past summer.
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The large hexagonal weave was used for draining cheese curds, but today it can serve a variety of. The Shakers took the simple basket and elevated it to an art form which in turn generated a large dollar income for the community. Perhaps the most important element in Shaker basketry was the use of wooden molds or forms of almost unlimited varieties.
- Explore conlon's board "Shaker baskets" on Pinterest. See more ideas about Basket, Basket weaving and Old baskets pins. The following reading list of books and publications includes books that are out of print and only available through public libraries.
Books marked with an asterisk (*) are available for sale at the Hancock Shaker Village Museum Store. Books can be purchased at the store, or ordered via phone at ()ext.
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Step-by-step photos, with clear, precise instructions explain how to create a variety of Black Ash woodsplint baskets. Shaker lifestyle and tradition is celebrated in Arlene Hutton's play As It Is in Heaven, which is a re-creation of a decisive time in the history of the Shakers.
The play is written by Arlene Hutton, the pen name of actor/director Beth Lincks. When European settlers came to New England in the mid s and s, they brought their own basketry traditions.
Over time, basket making traditions intermingled. Today, the skills and basket styles of New Hampshire reflect this shared heritage. The strongest baskets in New England are made from strips of wood processed from brown ash trees.
Following that book we wrote Shaker Baskets, Wetherbee and Taylor. This was the culmination of our 10 year life altering search. For the first time there was authenticity to be proven.
Here is a book for people to reference with assuredness. There are photos that you can trust are what they say they are. The hunt for Shaker baskets was on. Search the world's most comprehensive index of full-text books.
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Beige Shaker Tape; Black Shaker Tape. - Explore prettypaisley8's board "Basket Weaving Tutorials", followed by people on Pinterest. See more ideas about Basket weaving, Weaving and Basket pins. Simply Baskets presents the history about Sweetgrass Basket Information.
Sweetgrass basketmaking has been part of the Charleston and Mt. Pleasant communities for more than years. Brought to the area by slaves who came from West Africa, basketmaking is a traditional art form which has been passed on from generation to generation.
State Street North Haven, CT Phone: () Local: () Email: [email protected] Open Mon-Fri. Closed on Saturdays. Created by Delane Kolbe of Lebanon, Tennessee, this neat little basket measures about 6 in.
x 4 in. at its base. Make this easy piece 10 inches tall or make the shorter version at just inches tall. Either way, you'll weave with natural and dyed reed, finish with a standard rim and use a short length of Shaker Tape for the handle.- All about Shakers.
Facts and Photos gathered in my research for my Shaker books. See more ideas about Shaker style, Gift drawing and History pins.- Basket weaving - How to Make a Shaker Cheese Basket - will try with palm fronds.
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