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  • Publisher: Quadrille Publishing
  • Edition: BC Paperback
  • Publication: 31 August 2024
  • ISBN 13/EAN: 9781837831906
  • Stock: Not Yet Published
  • Size: 201x253 mm
  • Illustrations: 288
  • Pages: 144
  • RRP: £16.99



Make Your Own Accessories from Raffia, Rope and Cane by Tabara N'Diaye (Author)

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Book Description

Tabara N'Diaye will teach you how to apply traditional basket-weaving techniques to create modern accessories to elevate your style. With a collection of 15 projects, including a beach bag, backpack, straw hat, earrings, bangles and more, bring texture into your outfits.

Featuring common materials for weaving such as raffia, rope and cane to the more unusual like plastic bags and scrap fabric, discover how to use different resources and techniques through clear instructions accompanied by beautiful lifestyle photography and illustrations throughout.

Whether you’ve made baskets before or you’re a complete beginner, Woven will show you how to weave in a new way.

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About Tabara N'Diaye

Tabara N’Diaye is the co-founder of La Basketry, a homeware brand offering baskets and home accessories designed in collaboration with a group of female artisans in her native Senegal. Since its launch in 2017, her range of products has been featured in some of the UK's best press such as the Telegraph, The Sunday TimesLiving Etc, House & Garden and is currently stocked at the world-renowned Victoria & Albert Museum. A basket maker herself, she’s on a mission to shine light on one of the world’s most ancient crafts with basketry techniques and modern creations that will inspire you. It's woven into her DNA! 

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