Learn how to make a set of three coiled baskets in soft mauve cord and add a touch of style to your home. This eco-friendly craft kit is a great project for anyone who loves DIY home decor and design. Using braided, recycled cotton cord, you will learn how to wrap the cord to make three simple coiled basket designs. This coiling method is super easy to learn and therefore suitable for complete beginners. You'll find it quite relaxing once you’ve mastered the technique and the results are very satisfying! This little set of baskets is perfect for storing small trinkets, jewellery or even your house keys! Brighten up a boring shelf or gift them to a loved one as a truly special hand-made gift. Packaged by hand into a stylish display box, this project makes a wonderful gift for a housewarming, birthday, Mother's Day or as a treat for anyone who loves their home and learning new skills.

What's included in the price?

Inside the box, you will find 100 metres of beautiful, braided, recycled cotton cord in mauve, 12 metres of 9mm cotton cord, a large needle plus full photographic step-by-step instructions.

What you will need

You will also need a ruler and a pair of scissors. This is not a toy! Anyone under the age of 14 should be supervised by an adult.


4 hours



Bergin & Bath

with Craft Courses since 2021

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Bergin & Bath are Katie Bergin & Rachel Bath, a creative duo based in Hertfordshire, who decided to turn their passion for everything creative into quality craft kits you will love to make and be proud to gift. We believe there is nothing better than holding something proudly in your hand and saying "I made that!" You don't need to have any skills or experience to have a go. And at the end you are rewarded with the sense of having made something to cherish or give to a loved one.

Suitable for

  • Adults
  • Seniors
  • Teenagers
  • Children
  • Wheelchair users
  • Hearing impaired
  • Limited mobility
  • Learning difficulties (SEN)
  • Suitable for beginners
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