This Pretty Woven Basket Isn’t Just For Easter

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It Has Many Uses, With or Without the Handle!

Choose a variety of leftover 2 1/2″ strips for a pretty woven basket. The basket is a natural for Easter, but it will be lovely given other uses around the home.





It will also be wonderful filled with goodies for gifts. Or, omit the handle for even more uses.

Woven Easter Basket Pattern

The basket is created from strips woven together. Once you understand the process you can easily adapt its size and shape as needed.

A double-sided fusible craft interfacing, such as Fast2Fuse, gives the basket structure.

The finished basket, designed by Linda Turner Griepentrog for Coats, is 7 1/2″ square by 4 1/2″ tall without the handle.

Click here for the free “Woven Easter Basket” pattern.

 

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