Basket Weaving Byron Community College

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Basket Weaving

Basket Weaving

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Learn how to create beautiful baskets using natural fibres from plants that grow around us. You will learn how to recognise, gather and prepare local plants for weaving then be shown basic weaving techniques. This is a great way for people to come together and share their creative ideas. It’s fun and very relaxing, but be warned, it’s addictive! Additional materials $15.

What to bring

  • Bring a mat or cushion to sit on
  • $15 for materials to the tutor
  • Lunch/refreshments

Feedback from Past students

“I loved every minute of this course. Gained some great skills I'm looking forward to playing with at home.” Silvana Nossiter

“Such a fun course and easy to understand the different techniques.” Claudia Schick

Important information

Once your enrolment is completed you will receive a confirmation email. This email will be your receipt and inform you of the dates, time and venue of your course, it will also let you know of anything you need to take to class with you. Please make sure that you give us a valid email address and mobile number as any course changes will be communicated via sms or email.

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We keep our class sizes small so that you get a better experience. Avoid disappointment, enrol early!

Ask us about personalised workshops and courses at a time that suits you. Perfect for team building, birthdays, hens/bucks parties, getting the gang together or just because. Call 02 6684 3374 or email for details (min 8 students or more)

Course testimonials:

  • Absolutely loved this course! Ella in just 3 classes, gave us an experience of multiple techniques that each can be used in a variety of ways. Ella is patient, knowledgable, and super skilled in her craft. Everyone walks away from each class with a basket (or more) that they can feel proud of.
  • "5 stars"