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1:1 Rope Weave Bowl at Higher Barn

1:1 Rope Weave Bowl at Higher Barn


For this basket we will use the pre-made and dried base provided to eliminate any reverse dome problems when we stake up.

We will use 18 stakes (thick 5ft or thin 6ft Browns) slyped on the back and inserted slype down pricked up and then tied in a swan’s neck before we weave a 4 rod pull down wale in front of 3 behind 1 starting on adjusted tips.

After one lap we will do a butt to butt join and continue for another ½ lap.

We will then start adding in 3 ft. rods every time the weave goes behind an upright and we will roll the weave as we are working.

We complete the sides using this 4 rod rope wale. Shape is controlled by the ties and we will border with a 4 behind 1 rod border.

If you want to make a base for your next basket then you need to stop your weave at 2.30pm irrespective of how high you have got up the sides as we need to border the top to leave 1.5 hours to make a base.

We will make a 3 through 3 base and using a pairing weave out to 7” diameter. This the student will keep for their next basket.

The course is taught in an unheated barn so warm clothing is essential.

Cancellation and a full refund can be obtained up to 2 weeks before the course starts. Start dates may be amended on request.

What's included in the price?

All materials and use of tools is included in the price.

Unfortunately we are unable to offer refreshments at this time.

This Course is 1:1 Tuition


Richard & Suzanne Kerwood at Windrush Willow
Higher Barn
Sidmouth Road
Aylesbeare, Exeter

Suitable for

  • Adults
  • Parking provided
  • Seniors
  • Suitable for beginners
  • Teenagers
  • Tutor can travel

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