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Links to makers' personal pages
Susie Thomson
Heather Shaw
Willow Basketmaker (NZ)
Jonas Hasselrot
Basketmaker (Sweden)
Nadezhda Appolat
Basketmaker (Russia)
Willow Pool Designs, Steve Fuller/Simone Siegan
Marvin Cohodas
Basketmaker (British Columbia)
Roy Youdale
Lois Walpole
Jonathan Gordon
Lluis Grau
Basketmaker (Galicia)
Anna Champeney
Handwoven Textiles (Galicia)
Katherine Kreymborg Wilson
Weaving Restoration (NY, USA)
Baskets by Andrea
baskets from Michigan USA
Ruth Thompson
Willow furniture and courses
Joe Hogan
Willow basketmaker and teacher
Debbie Booth
Basketmaker, Norfolk, England
Ted Bruce
Lise Bech
Jenny Crisp
Adrian Charlton
The Norfolk Basket Co
Eleanor Clapp
Clapps Baskets
Former Glory
Kim Ravenscroft
Joan Campbell
Chair Seating Supplies
Tim Ravenscroft
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Blencogo Willow
Willow Grower from Wigton, Cumbria

Blencogo Willow

Vannerie Dello
Florent Dello and Dominique Chevy, Basketmakers from Haute-Marne, France

Société Coopérative Agricole de Vannerie
Basketmaking cooperative in Touraine, France

Eastbridge Willows
Willow Growers and Courses

Dave Budd Knives
Fine handmade knives and tools for craftspeople and collectors

Chip Basketry and Furniture makers (Pärnu, Estonia)
Very striking plaited chip basketry

E-Disain, Estonia

Ecole Nationale de Vannerie
(French National Basketry School) Fayl-Billot, France


Vannerie Delamotte
Basketmakers, Fayl-Billot, France


F.H."Agathe"& Kurier GC
Basket and Willow Furniture makers (Kraków, Poland)

The site is in Polish and German languages.
It has excellent images of their work

agathe basketmakers, Krakow, Poland

P H Coate and Son are Willow Growers and suppliers of basketware to kitchen furniture manufactures, bakeries, hotels, restaurants, cabinet makers, shop fitters, quality retailers, garden centres and many more. They also produce artists' charcoal and run the Willow and Wetlands Visitor Centre at Meare Green Court

P H Coate and Son, Stoke St Gregory, Somerset

Musgrove Willows website
Musgrove Willows has over 65 years of experience. They believe that time, effort and age old techniques ensure their customers receive the finest willow stock
Musgrove Willows
Westonzoyland, Somerset

The Scottish Basketmakers Circle
exists to promote basketmaking and
allied crafts e.g. chairseating, in Scotland.

National Basketry Organization, Inc.
Promoting education in the art, skill, heritage and appreciation of traditional and contemporary basketry
National Basketry Organisation

Dane Coppice Crafts Group are based in Cheshire, England. They hold workshops for willow basketry, willow sculpture and other related crafts.
Dane Coppice Crafts Group

Click here to go to Peg's Basketry Peg's Basketry Peg's Basketry site features her award winning pine needle coiling, teneriffe, and reed weaving. Spectacular baskets!
Click here to visit Peg's Basketry

Werner Turtschi's Homepage is a very comprehensive overview of basketry in Switzerland, with links and information from all over Europe. Werner teaches in Europe, the US and Canada
Werner Turtschi's Basketry Homepage

The Basketmakers' Association is based in the UK but has members from all over the world. The BA Newsletter is an excellent journal, with news, discussion, technical articles, course lists and reports, plus lots more. Click here to go to the BA's website
Basketmakers Association

Handweavers Guild of America, Inc The Handweavers Guild of America, Inc is dedicated to encouraging excellence, inspiring creativity, and preserving fiber traditions through education.
Handweavers Guild of America, Inc

Windrush Willow is a family run Business dedicated to growing and promoting the wonderful species of Salix. They are planting up 4 acres of land in Devon, England with over 48,000 Willow Stools, which will be generating 1,000,000 Osier Rods by 2005.

The Ropewalk Contemporary Art and Craft Gallery The Ropewalk is a contemporary art and craft gallery based in North Lincolnshire
The Ropewalk Gallery

Baskets Etc Baskets Etc is a very popular site for the online basketmaking community, with over 700 onliners registered. Fascinating to see all of the varied styles from across the USA and the rest of the world.

The School on
Knud Lavardsvej

Steen H. Madsen