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Tied Rocks by Shizu Okino. I saw these at the Asian Art Museum and loved  the idea of dressing up a simple natural element with ancient basket  weaving techniques. This could be applied in so many different ways, such  as wrapping a wedding bouquet or decorating a dinner table. What can you  think of? Let me know.

Tied Rocks

Straw-wrapped Stones crafted by Shizue, a maker of Japanese baskets .

Rock Painting Technique: Pattern Tracing from Painting Rock & Stone Animals, Nativity Sets & More

How to transfer a pattern - Painting Rock & Stone Animals, Nativity Sets & More: Rock Painting Technique: Pattern Tracing

Branch weaving instructable - fun nature activity for crafty and creative kids that just uses yarn

Branch Weaving

Branch weaving instructable - fun nature activity for crafty and creative kids that just uses yarn. We could also make bigger looms and use t-shirts and make rugs.

Мастера рукоделия - рукоделие для дома. Бесплатные мастер-классы, фото и видео уроки - Мастер-класс по плетению из газет: Поднос

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Master crafts - Crafts for the home. Free workshops, photo and video tutorials - Master-class weaving newspaper: Tray

Gradually a shape begins and right before your eyes, a basket. It was always present even before we could see it.

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Cane wrapped rock

A smooth river rock becomes an eloquent object in the hands of Marcia Mahaffey. The Tacoma artist employs centuries-old techniques of Japanese basket weaving to make cane-wrapped stones that inspir…

Japanese government website provided this graphic to support carrying things in fabric and reduce waste from plastic bags.

I like unique gift wrapping ideas that are REALLY quick to use. That is why furoshiki are my new favorite gift wrap. These Japanese wrapping scarves or cloths (also called bojagi in Korea)

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