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the Price of Basket Weaving Classes

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$ 25
Apr 2007
Bedford, Ohio
Basket Weaving for Beginners Class
Three session basketweaving class   more... close row
$ 35
Jun 2008
Greentown, Indiana
Basket Weaving
Make sure your teacher is experienced in teaching  more... close row
$ 45
Apr 2008
Asheville, NC
Traditional Basket Weaving Classes
Baskets made in traditional Ozark style  more... close row
$ 0
Jul 2007
Dalton, OH
Free class with the purchase of materials  more... close row
$ 55
Jun 2008
Brighton, MI
"Antler Style" Basketweaving class
Basketweaving class a gift for wife  more... close row
$ 149
May 2007
Baton Rouge,Louisiana
Basket weaving is a lifelong skill  more... close row
$ 80
Jan 2008
Learning to weave baskets
Class taught by a Native American  more... close row
$ 15
Jul 2008
baldwinsville, NY
basket weaving class
Basket weaving class sponsored by local library  more... close row
$ 40
Feb 2007
Chicago, Illinois
Basket Weaving
Group basket weaving class with 20 people  more... close row
$ 75
Apr 2007
Memphis, Tennessee
Beginner's Level Basket Weaving Class
Four week class not including materials  more... close row
$ 50
May 2008
Portsmouth, Ohio
Basket Making
Wicker craft class is fun   more... close row

Description of service

My wife signed up for a class that showed her how to make wicker baskets, bowls, poles and other things. Everything was made of this straw type material that they called wicker. The class was twice a week for two weeks. They met in the evening from 4:00 PM to 6:00 PM. The total cost of the class was $50, but my wife had to buy the material seperately, which cost about $35.

Review of Service

I got to sit in on one of these classes and the people in the class really do have a ball. They laugh and play and make all sorts of things. My wife made a very nice center piece for our dining room table and has put all types of fake flowers in it. She has taught our whole family what she learned from the class, so the $50 really did go a long way.


You have to find what types of arts and crafts you are into. My wife wanted to make something useful so she signed up for this basket making class. She found the class through a friend of hers, so you can ask around to friends and family and see if they recommend anything. You can also check the internet to see what is available in your area - try searching for "arts and crafts" with your city's name outside of the quotes.