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MY hands and the tendons in my forearms ache. I will never, ever, ever look at a basket - any basket - without bowing my head in awe of its...

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MY hands and the tendons in my forearms ache. I will never, ever, ever look at a basket - any basket - without bowing my head in awe of its maker. I'm doing a winter school and learning how to make baskets using native fibres. All I know, thus far, is not to mess with the mentally insane, or infirm. They have really, really strong hands.
PS: Not my hands but among the set of hands you will soon not wish to mess with.

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  1. My aunt has just done a basket weaving course and used red native fibres as stripes - it turned out very cool! Enjoy your course. Briar x

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  2. Ahhhh! You're warming me up for my Arnhem Land weaving trip. I hadn't factored in the some hands and arms bit.

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  3. Sore hands and arms that is!!!!

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