The Power of Pattern – Cahuilla Basketry

Enjoy this article about how the power of weaving in basketry is translating in to all kinds of different uses. The Cahuilla use a weaving process known as coiling, creating beautiful baskets out of various plants and grasses,… Read More

Elizabeth Runyon in “From Lausanne to Beijing”

Congratulations to NBO member Elizabeth Runyon, who has had 3 of her woven sculptures juried into the the 11th “From Lausanne to Beijing International Fiber Art Biennale”. Runyon was invited to submit three works in conjunction with this… Read More

From the NBO Magazine Archives

Soon, ALL back issues of the magazine will be available to members only on our new website. Until then, take a break and enjoy the free archived issues of the NBO Magazine. More to come! (Above: Work by… Read More

Annetta Kraayeveld

  My home and studio are full of baskets: the collecting started when I was a child; the weaving, in the early 1990s when I found a book and begged a lesson. I’m still obsessed with baskets and… Read More