Sep 20, 2013 - Crafts, Friend Show Off    20 Comments

Tutorial to Make a Rope Basket

I was recently cruising around my friend Cecily’s website CeciBean.  She has some adorable stuff.  Her latest post on how to make a rope basket caught my attention so I asked her if I could share it here on Burlap and Denim.  Check it out!

Make a Rope Basket

 Amazing, right?  I love how cozy, folk artsy, and fall it is.  And now check out the supplies that she used to make it!  I have this sitting around in storage in my basement!

Tutorial to Make your own basket with Yarn and Rope

 So here is a warning to friends, you may be getting one of these for Christmas!

Make your own storage basket with rope and yarn

What a great finished product, Thanks for sharing Cecily!

Folk Art DIY Woven Rope and yarn Basket

Click HERE for the whole tutorial on CeciBean.

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  • What a great project! Would love to make one too

  • Thanks so much for sharing my project!

  • Luv this… Thanks for sharing… will have to re read… but def on my todo list.

  • I love look of that basket, doesn’t really look too hard. I’d love to try it, what would I have to lose?Think I’d wear gloves tho as that rope can be brutal on hands while handling it. I have yarn but will need to buy some of that sisal. So glad you shared this awesome project/basket. Would be great gift. Can only imagine how much that kind of basket would be to buy? OUCH. Can make it whatever size wanted also. Happy weekend.

    • JaneEllen, Gloves may be a good idea! I’ll let you know after I make mine. Thanks for reading!

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