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Joanna's Collections, Handwoven Country Home Basketry

Sandstone, Minnesota · 1579 Sales

JoannasCollections

Joanna's Collections, Handwoven Country Home Basketry

Sandstone, Minnesota 1579 Sales On Etsy since 2009

5 out of 5 stars
(480)

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Joanna

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Announcement   The art of basketweaving is nearly as old as the creation of time. Centuries before the invention of cardboard or plastic, people needed containers for the harvesting, transporting, and storage of goods, possessions, and treasures. They wove baskets from whatever materials were available – grasses, vines, pine needles, barks, and strips of wood. As years have rolled on, basketry has withstood the test of time. Today there are many other forms of “containers”, but nostalgia reminds us that a well-woven, handmade basket is still something to be appreciated and enjoyed.

So welcome to our basket collection. Take time to browse through the pictures and descriptions. All of the items you will see have been designed and woven, signed and dated, by Joanna or her daughter, Dani, right here in the United States. If you don’t find the basket you are looking for, please contact us for custom work.

And, thank you for visiting Joanna’s Collections.

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Last updated on Mar 16, 2016

The art of basketweaving is nearly as old as the creation of time. Centuries before the invention of cardboard or plastic, people needed containers for the harvesting, transporting, and storage of goods, possessions, and treasures. They wove baskets from whatever materials were available – grasses, vines, pine needles, barks, and strips of wood. As years have rolled on, basketry has withstood the test of time. Today there are many other forms of “containers”, but nostalgia reminds us that a well-woven, handmade basket is still something to be appreciated and enjoyed.

So welcome to our basket collection. Take time to browse through the pictures and descriptions. All of the items you will see have been designed and woven, signed and dated, by Joanna or her daughter, Dani, right here in the United States. If you don’t find the basket you are looking for, please contact us for custom work.

And, thank you for visiting Joanna’s Collections.

Joanna

Contact shop owner

Joanna

Little Northwoods Tote Basket
$52.00
Mantelpiece Basket
$56.00
Bicycle Basket - Customized Colors
$54.00
Bottle Tote Basket
$46.00
Changing Baby Basket
$174.00
Footed Wool Basket
$60.00
Bicycle Tote Basket
$69.00
Peg Mail Basket
$54.00
Round Waste Basket
$49.00
Patriot Market Basket
$62.00
Swing-Handled Country Basket
$49.00
Patriot Round Basket
$54.00
Double Bottom Round Basket
$50.00
Countertop Mail Basket
$44.00
Curlicue Easter Basket - Antiqued
$54.00
Casserole Basket
$38.00
Wooden Bottom Waste Basket
$62.00
Colonial Gathering Basket
$54.00
Pegged Key Basket
$49.00
Fair Isle Easter Basket
$54.00
Painted Market Basket
$60.00
Colonial Chair Basket - Painted
$70.00
Footed Storage Basket
$58.00
Twin-Handled Market Basket
$69.00
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Reviews

Average item review
5 out of 5 stars
(480)
tadoll

tadoll on Apr 21, 2017

5 out of 5 stars

This is the second basket I have ordered from this shop and had an excellent experience both times. Orders were received quickly and the quality was perfect!

Nancy L Thompson

Nancy L Thompson on Apr 20, 2017

5 out of 5 stars

Quick shipping time ; a wonderfully made basket, a item I will use for many years, Thank-you

Laura Petrella

Laura Petrella on Apr 14, 2017

5 out of 5 stars

This is my third basket in this style. Each of my children has one in a different color for their Easter basket. When my baby was born last August, I knew I needed another basket. From 2010 to 2017, Joanna's baskets are equally beautiful and finely crafted, made to last. These baskets are heirlooms for sure.

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About

Joanna's Collections - Country Home Basketry - Est. 1991

I have loved baskets ever since I received my first wooden-lidded picnic basket as a wedding shower gift 39 years ago.

Our home has since been decorated with baskets; we carried our babies' necessities in “diaper baskets”; I have hidden the Scotch, masking, and duct tapes in market baskets, (so it's there when needed); our kitchen is filled with bread baskets, muffin baskets, napkin and paper plate baskets, utensil baskets, and casserole baskets; the laundry is hauled in wash-day baskets; our books are held in magazine or carry-all baskets; library books are transported to and fro in leather handled tote baskets; etc., etc., etc., :-) In other words, I am never found without a basket in hand!

Although my love for baskets has covered the last three decades, I was not actually "hands on" involved until the summer of 1991 when I was introduced to basket weaving. At the time, our family lived and worked at a Christian camp in northern Wisconsin, and a lady from Milwaukee was attending a week-long family camp. She was an avid basket maker, and so she offered a class out on the deck of the dining hall. Being on a tight budget with a family of seven, I did not even have the $10 material fee needed to take the class. But a good friend paid my fee, and we spent a beautiful afternoon weaving our first baskets. I was immediately hooked! Up to that point in life, I had enjoyed many other types of crafts, but now, basket weaving quickly moved into first place.

Since that memorable summer afternoon 23+ years ago, I have woven over 7900 baskets, taught hundreds of classes, and designed a countless number of patterns.

I create and weave all of our baskets in our own home shop. We have been blessed with a restored 1916 country farmhouse on a 20-acre hobby farm located in eastern Minnesota, and have had nine children, three of which are still at home. (The others keep coming back home with more!) We have a large vegetable garden, a dozen apple trees, a long row of raspberries, and lots of flowers in the summer. We raise chickens and turkeys, keep honeybees, and had three horses, an old dog and a varying number of farm cats. There are bikes in the dirt driveway, a swing set in the back yard, and two small ponds out in the pasture. All in all, it is a great place to raise a family and — WEAVE BASKETS!

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Last updated on February 3, 2011

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