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Willow Weaving to make a chair ~ by WoodlandsTV

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John Waller explains the craft of willow weaving and demonstrates his skills on a chair.

Posted in: Craft, Skills ~ On: 9 October, 2008

10 comments so far

Stephen Hayes
November 4, 2008

Hi. we planted hazel, white willow, basket willow, ash and chestnut in a 2 acre coppice on our land, with basket, hurdle making and similar things in mind. We don't yet have time, but the trees are growimg we hope to find time later, perhaps in semi-retirement, to learn these underwood skills.

These old time skills will become vital as the oil runs out. please keep posting these videos, will see about coming on a course.

February 4, 2009

Glad to see that this fantastic craft is alive and well in England. If it was'nt so ##@#! cold there I'd return to my homeland to wallow amongst the willow and weave away through wetirement! To hot to grow here. Great video.

November 20, 2009

Fantastic. He is a natural in front of the camera. Wonderful craft. Thank you for posting.

January 30, 2010

I have never thought of weaving a chair seat and back with willow! Wonderful. Thanks!

March 29, 2012

Good insight into something that is obviously a very very old craft.

February 5, 2013

What a beautiful life!

Susan Hazen Fowler
June 12, 2013

theres nothing at all annoying about watching and listening to such a skilled artisan sharing his love of weaving. LOVE to watch this….thanks for sharing-its absolutely beautiful.

Best for the Garden
May 19, 2017

Traditional, creative, craft done with an obvious passion and joy. Thank you so very much for sharing your craft and skill with us all. 🙂

Saddle Sore
July 9, 2017

I went to collage to get my PhD in basket weaving, and today I head the Democrat Party in my state.

Kenneth Stensrud
September 18, 2017

Please think a bit of how much you ahmm, and lip smacking. It is a bit annoying to hear more of that than the information you should get across.

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