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Wheat Weaving?

Posted by gardninlady (My Page) on
Thu, Apr 10, 03 at 0:09

Any buddy have instructions on Wheat Weaving? I have seen lots of neat things made with wheat and would like to do some.

I have lots of wheat that I just harvested and I am letting it dry.

Hope to see some instructions, because everything else I have seen so far is completed projects for sale.

Thanks!
Carolyn from Charleston


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RE: Wheat Weaving?

Carolyn, have you posted this question at the Crafts forum....that might be a better place for an answer....seems like no one her is into wheat weaving....


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RE: Wheat Weaving?

HI...I realize you posted your question quite a while ago but if you are still looking for some ideas and do a search for Native American sites you will find several weaving projects. I just love those sites and there are many wonderful ideas given there. Judy


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RE: Wheat Weaving?

There are a lot of books out there for beginners. You can find some at amamzon.com. There are also teachers out there that can teach you. Here is one site to look at http://www.geocities.com/heartland/plains/4565/teacher.htm
Also, Morgyn Geoffry Owens-Celli is a weaver and has written books. If you put his name into any search engine you will come up with a lot. The site above re: teachers also has in their home page under suppliers places where you can purchase books, video tapes, etc.

Happy weaving
Pam French
wheatwvr@centurytel.net

Here is a link that might be useful: World Wide Wheat Weavers: Wheat Weaving & Corn Dollies


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