INDEX

The Basketmakers’ Association Newsletters

Numbers 1 to 111 and including the 25th Anniversary edition (Years 1976‒2004)

Page numbers are prefixed by the number of the Newsletter in bold type. In the case of the 25th Anniversary edition the prefix is 25th anniv.

Illustrations are indicated by page numbers in italics or by illus where figures are scattered throughout the text.

abanos  76.3, 4
Abbey, Guy  93.22

Abbey, Maggie
‘More Thoughts on Rush’  75.23
chair re-rushing project  88.3
on riempe  97.45

Abbey, Thomas  93.22, 23
Aberystwyth (Ceredig), Ceredigion Museum  102.17–18, 17, 18
acorn, willow  82.16–17
Adeyemi, Christie  51.30
Aertsen, Pieter, painting by  111.30–5, 33
Agger, Nana, work by  102.30, 31, back cover
Aghagallon (Co Antrim), basketmaking  56.15

AGM reports
1976  3.2
1977  6.15–17
1978  9.7–14
1979  12.10–18
1980  16.10–16
1981  20.5–19
1982  23.9–15
1983  27.4–7
1984  31.6–9
1985  35.4–8
1986  39.4–7
1987  42.4–5
1988  44.13; 47.1–3
1989  51.1–6
1990  55.2–6
1991  59.1–5
1992  63.2–5
1993  67.2–6
1994  71.5–9
1995  75.3–7
1996  79.2–6
1997  83.2–6
1998  87.2–7
1999  91.2–4; 92.2–4
2000  95.3–10
2001  99.2–7
2002  103.2–10, 15
2003  107.2–10
2004  111.2–10

Aguino, Chester  66.20
aircraft seats  2.2
akebia  90.20, 21

Alaska, basketry
birch bark  77.26; 79.8, 9
potlach pouches  77.26; 79.8–9, 8
spruce root  47.8‒10; 48.back cover

Alauddin, Mohammed  92.36
Albó, Roser  104.41
alcofais  50.24
alder basketry  57.front cover, 4
Aldous, Graham, ‘Fred Aldous Ltd’  70.16–18
Aldous family  70.16–18
Aldridge, Hatty, ‘City and Guilds Course in Creative Basketry at the City Lit’  97.26–8
Alexandra, Princess, opens London Workshops for the Blind  66.13
Alexandrow (Poland), basketmaking  59.19

Alford, George
‘Apprentices: Old and New’  105.5
chairman’s report
2003  107.2–4
2004  111.2–5
profile  102.4–5, 4; 25th anniv.29

Allen, Jeff  74.17, 19
Allen, Tony  18.7–8
Allerød (Denmark), basketmaking  80.7, 8, 9, 10
Allnutt, Elizabeth R T, ‘Roman Basketry from Carlisle’  58.12–14
almoco  67.38
Amberg, Bill  109
Ambleside (Cumbria), rushbearing  29.9

American basketry
acorn baskets  100.40–1, 40
Amana Colonies  54.front cover, 5–7, 6; 66.20
Apache  52.29–31, 31
Appalachian  14.7; 110.31–2, 31
ash splint  52.front cover, 2–6
bark  77.26; 79.8–9, 8
braid weave  52.17–20, 18, 19, 20
Californian Indian Basketweavers Association  95.42–3
cane seating patterns  80.27, 27; 93.27, 27
Choctaw  62.24, 24
contemporary, by
Compton, Elizabeth  53.28–9, 28, 29
Irvine, Mary  66.22, 22
Ludlow, Veronica  37.9–10, 10; 66.18, 18
decoy geese  55.7–8, 8
drop-handle baskets  37.6–9, 6, 7
duvet storing basket  1.6
Eastern California  105.24–5, 24
Haida  107.20
Hopi  63.31; 94.36–7, 37
Hupa Indian cradle baskets  98.11–13, 11, 12, 13
Kuzedika winnowing fan  105.24–5, 24, 25
The Language of Native American Baskets from the Weavers’ View  109.22
materials available  13.13
methods  10.4–5; 11.3–4
Papa  81.4
rush dyeing  25.6–7, 13
Seminole Indian  52.13
South-West Indian  52.11–13; 66.19–20
splint baskets  82.8–11, 8, 9, 10
Tarahumaras palm leaf  24.8, 8
teaching  24.7–8; 66.18–23
willow  52.11–13; 66.19–20
willow growing  52.6–10, 14–15
see also Alaska; Argentina; Canada; Chile; Colombia; Mexico; New England

ammunition baskets  16.5–6; 99.8, 8; see also bomb baskets; torpedo baskets
Anderson, Chantal, reports from Oxfordshire  106.38–9; 109.39–40; 111.47

Anderson, Kathleen
‘A Borrowing from Another Skill’  92.12–13
on inaccuracy in newsletter  89.19

Anderson, Nadine  110.5, 34
Ang Diku  71.8–9; 72.28
Anglesey, marram grass  45.9, 10–11

Anthony, Trevor
‘Sharpening and Picked Clean’  98.31
on
signalling ball  90.11
strum  91.8

Antone, Annie, workshop by  81.4
Antony, St  80.14–15, 14

apple picking baskets
England  16.4–5; 58.16–17, 17
North America  54.front cover

Appleby, Melinda
reports on a course in Suffolk  79.32
reports on spring meeting 1998  85.31

apprentices  105.5
apricot picking basket  78.29
Aran Islands (Co Galway), basketmaking  85.11
arch-topped baskets  19.8
archery shooting range, bamboo  111.29

d’Arcy, Patricia
‘Rush Baskets in Ireland’  56.19–20
work by  56.21

Ardess House (Co Fermanagh), residency  74.10
Arends, Clare, work by  78.21
Argentina, basket seller  86.39
arm baskets  54.8
Armagh Rhymers  64.26, back cover; 67.back cover; 25th anniv.37

Arney, Gillian, on
recaning a medallion backed chair  97.23
recording a chair  97.24, 24

Arnold, Tom  69.8
Art Workers Guild  83.26–7
arundo  67.6; 99.14

ash
bindings  50.29
from hedgerows  27.10
Nova Scotia  36.6
sieves  47.17
splint basketry  52.front cover, 2–6; 58.16
Taghkanic basketry  37.7
see also black ash; white ash

Ashwell (Herts), weekend course  73.6
asparagus basket  105.17, 17
aspen  60.26
Austin, Robert, Levy, Dana, & Veda, Koichiro, Bamboo, reviewed
39.18
Australia, basketry  75.26; 80.19, 19; 85.23; see also Tasmania

Austria, basketry
cane seating  89.38–40, 39, 40
country baskets  78.29, 29

Avon Group  74.8
Azores, basketmaking  95.35, 35
bac cliath  67.18
Bachelor, Alan  73.33; 93.37–8
Bachelor, Christine  60.10
Back, Chris  64.7

back baskets
Cameroon  92.20–1
China  104.40, 40
creel back-pack  101.19, 19
Finland  92.19
France  58.front cover, 20‒1, back cover
Germany  75.17; 109.35–6, 35
Himalayan doko  108.33–7, 33, 34, 35, 36
Hungary  69.26
Japan  90.18–19, 19; 91.22; 101.7
Nepal  71.8
New Zealand  78.10
Orkney  21.14
Philippines  84.35, 35
Poland  83.back cover
Taiwan  66.30, 30
see also creels; kishie

Badge, Peter
‘The Rebirth of a Spey Curragh’  50.22–3
coracles  50.23; 58.4; 81.8, 8; 107.27
on fighting sticks  96.22
talk by  47.1

Badger Farm (Lincs), crafts workshop  92.27, 27

Bagias, Caroline
photographs by  97.35, 36
Withy Rush and Reed, A Somerset Legacy, reviewed  105.32

Bagshawe, T W, Basketmaking in Bedfordshire, reviewed  82.34
Bahamas, basketmaking  3.10
Bailey, Mrs ‒  5.16
‘Museum of Lincolnshire Life’  21.10
‘Yorkshire Willow Weekend’  20.16

Bailey, Don  74.11; 90.5
Bailey, Francis  6.4
Baines, Muriel
 ‘Moulds at Hartingdon’  69.11
‘Rush Mats and Kneelers’  6.9; 7.1
course reports by  12.9; 58.3; 79.32
on
rush seating  28.6
staining cane  25.13

Baker, Christine  60.10
Baker, Janet, ‘Just a Little Basket’  19.16
bakermatten  69.22–4, 23; 108.11–12, 11
baker’s basket  11.11
Bakert, Waldemar, basket by  51.12, 12
Balch, Jean Ann, reports from Suffolk  73.4; 92.24–5; 96.27
Balder, Esna  19.7

Baldwin, Myfanwy
‘The Art of Basket-Making by Thomas Okey. A Bibliographical Note’  55.9–12
‘The Basketmaker ‒ a Tale’  70.19–21
‘Basketmaking in Brittany’  51.20–3
‘Italian Holiday 2002’  103.31–2
‘Lobster Pots, Isles of Scilly ‒ July 2001’  99.38–41
‘Palembang Face Mask’  66.32
‘A Portuguese Basket-Maker’  67.36–8
‘Weeks Brake for Barking Willows’  78.15
exhibition review by  61.4
on teaching basketmaking  69.6
a profile  108.19–20, 19
reports from West Midlands  84.30; 85.27; 88.24; 92.23–4; 104.32; 109.36

bale hole  47.14

Balfour, Elizabeth
‘Palm Sunday Willow Slips’  53.30
‘Straw Work in Orkney’  66.24–5; 68.16–17
bursary  91.5
on 
cane fish baskets  100.20
charging for willow  65.14
 wool basket  91.9
reports from Scotland  87.38–9
work by  84.37

Balfour, Ewen  106.40

Ball, Bunty
‘Basket Names and Straw Splitting Tool’  89.12
‘Caroline Gregson, Designer Basketmaker’  110.45–6
‘Certificate Exhibition at the City Lit’  82.7
‘City Lit Exhibition, July 2003’  106.24–5
‘Doncaster Summer Meeting, Sandal Beat Wood 2004’  110.61–2
‘Fishing Weirs’  89.16
‘Lois Walpole’  109.42–4
‘Somerset Willow Weekend Festival’  107.30
‘Willow Basketmaking with Joe Hogan’  91.7
bursary  102.20
congratulations  90.53
at Fayl Billot  98.16
at kete workshop  110.37
on
chair repairs  76.20; 81.24
competitions  89.20‒1
skeined willow seating  84.17
website  96.22–3
reports from Suffolk Group  74.7; 89.24; 90.30; 98.33; 100.39
request for information  98.14
visits Spain  108.16

Ball, Bunty, & Holtom, Rachel, on publicity  100.7Ball, P, ‘Crab and Lobster Pots’  77.8–9
Ballingeary (Co Cork), basketmaking  56.12

balloon baskets
Australia  75.8
Devon  22.15; 69.18
early  2.2
entomological  107.49–50, 49, 50
film props  13.8; 24.14
for grizzly bear hunts  21.14
Lindstrand Balloons  70.46
made by Fred Rogers  24.14–15; 66.13
Somerset  48.front cover, 10, 11; 63.35; 108.23, 24

balls
cane  53.20‒2, 20, 21, back cover
living willow  72.front cover; 105.back cover
paper/ribbon  60.27, 27; 85.17, 17
spiral  100.36
stainless steel rope  83.front cover, 8
woven, Joni Bamford on  104.46–8, 49
see also cup and ball; harbour signal balls; ship’s signalling ball

bamboo, bending  83.40, 40

bamboo basketry
Bangladesh  81.10, 10, back cover; 92.35–7
Burma  101.41, 42–3, 42
China  38.5
India  110.44–5, 44
Japan  57.back cover; 90.18–21, 19; 101.5; 111.24–5, 26, 27–9
Nepal  71.8; 108.35
Taiwan  66.30–1

Bamford, Joni
‘Balls ‒ and other Spherical Objects’  104.46–8
‘Basket Classes and Red Herons’  89.43–4
‘Basket Making Kits Reviewed’  76.28–9
‘Basketmaking in Iceland?’  62.17
‘Basketmaking in Madeira’  95.26–8
‘Basketmaking Techniques ‒ the Cutting Edge of Flower Arranging’  87.31–3
‘A Bottomless Basket’  66.33
‘Cane Busts’  61.35; 62.27–9
‘The Cone-Shaped Basket’  70.33–4
‘Cup and Ball in Open Hexagonal Weave’  61.21–3
‘Doodling with Willow’  98.36–8
‘A Drum Basket’  79.22–3
‘Dryad Handicrafts ‒ a History’  73.27–9
‘Dyeing Cane with Dylon Dyes’  73.37–8
‘The Left-handed Debate’  89.42–3
‘Leicester Museum ‒ Dryad Basket Collection’  55.13
‘Making Cording’  54.9–11
‘More about Borders’  85.13–14
The Newspaper Basket’  64.22–5
‘Open Hexagonal Plaiting’  65.30–1
‘Open Hexagonal Weave’  61.19–20
‘Paper Baskets’  70.30–2
‘The Positive Side of Negative Space’  100.34–6
‘Random Weave’  57.20–1
‘Reverse French Rand’  81.12–13
‘A True-Lover’s Knot?’  63.26
‘On the Way to the Beach’  52.13
basket query  54.26; 55.17
book reviews by  66.36; 69.47; 72.24–6; 89.44
bursary  74.6
congratulations  51.30
course report by  73.8
editorials by  58.1; 60.1, 61.1; 62.1; 63.1; 64.1; 65.1; 66.1, 10; 67.1; 68.1; 69.1; 70.1; 71.1; 72.1; 73.1; 74.1; 75.1; 76.1
on
background music while working  64.10
beginners  76.28
black willow?  75.3
competitions  89.20
contemporary basketmaking  80.2–3
mentors  77.20
moulds for rush hats  82.29
Teachers’ Forum  69.6–7
reports from Rutland  72.10
talk by  95.9–10
thanks from  110.62
work by  75.back cover; 85.17, 17; 92.back cover; 93.front cover

Bamford, Joni, Butcher, Mary, & Ellis, Enid, ‘Reminiscences of Former Newsletter Editors’
25th anniv.21‒2

Banbury Cake basket  49.31, 31

Bangladesh
bamboo basketry  81.10, 10, back cover
caned furniture  92.35–7, 35, 36, 37
six way caning  88.36–8, 36, 37

bankra baskets  31.11
Banks, Andy, work by  63.20, 20
Banks, Sheila  2.8
Barbados, basketry  72.16–19, 17, 18, 19
Barbier, Guy  90.16
bardic chairs  45.2–3, 3, 4

bark basketry, British species course  109.10, 13–15; see also birch bark basketry; cabbage palm
bark basketry; cedar bark basketry; elm bark basketry; eucalyptus bark basketry

bark strippings, dying with  64.9; 65.32
Barker, Bobby  26.13

Barker, Peter
‘Chair Caner’s Rap’  25th anniv.44‒5
‘Chairs to Mend’  96.29–33
on
chair seaters’ rap  98.39–40
cradle  96.29, 29
interesting commissions  111.40–4

Barker, Sandra
‘Catalonia Comes to Sussex’  89.15–16
‘In Search of a Basket’  14.9–10
‘Searching for Turkish Basketmakers’  80.12–13
‘Up and down the Mountains in a Bedford Rascal Van’  84.12–13
at AGM 1995  75.7
bursary  64.3
congratulations  15.10; 19.7
course by  79.32
on Porthleven summer meeting  106.13
presents basket to Prince Charles  47.10
at summer meeting 1998  86.9
visits Switzerland  83.13
and Worshipful Company of Basketmakers  70.7

Barnes, Dorothy Gill
talk by  102.30, 30
work by  98.28; 25th anniv.8
workshop by  78.7, 7

Barnstaple (Devon), basketmakers  22.13; 69.16
Barr, Jack, on blind caning  85.36
Barratt, Mary, Oak Swill Basket-making in the Lake District, reviewed  26.12–13
Barton Turf (Norfolk), corn dollies  14.12; 25th anniv.28

Barwis, Norma
‘Good Value Twining’  46.24–5
‘A Good Weekend’  13.9
‘Swill Basketmaking with Owen Jones’  69.10
‘Two Classic Baskets Rediscovered’  25.4–5
bursary  70.4
congratulations  2.8; 27.3
courses by  60.9; 61.6; 63.9; 74.23; 78.13, 14
obituary  78.1
on sponsorship  41.9

bases
Catalonian  74.47
oval  76.15–16, 15, 16; 87.40
six stick  96.17–21, 17, 18, 19, 20; 97.7
slewed  27.13
Swiss  84.13

Basham, Andrew
‘Live Willow Garden Chairs and Benches’  76.10–11
congratulations  47.10
at summer meeting  70.9

basket

   definition  88.11

   in foreign languages  35.19

   names  87.39; 89.12; 90.15; 91.11–12

The Basket Case (Lincs)  92.27, 27

Basket Makers Fraternity  7.8

basket shapers  51.13, 13; see also moulds

basketmakers

   itinerant  55.front cover

   medieval  6.8; 7.8

Basketmakers Association

   archive  76.27; 78.18; 109.9–10

   books, publications and videos  25th anniv.66‒8

   committee meeting reports

      August 1997  82.22–4

      July 2002  102.6

      Sept 2002  103.14

      Jan 2003  104.2

      March 2003  105.2

      Jan 2004  108.3–4

      March 2004  109.3–4

   early personalities  25th anniv.6‒7

   formation of

      brief history  1.1–2

      letter convening  25th anniv.1‒2

   international links  25th anniv.52‒6

   membership

      1976  3.4–7

      2000  25th anniv.59

   memories of

      Furlong, Nancy  25th anniv.9‒12

      Viall, Joy  25th anniv.i‒iv

   newsletter Number 1  25th anniv.3‒5

   original aims review  25th anniv.58

   permanent site, proposed  109.11–12

   slide library  62.7; 63.7; 66.4; 67.11

   specific jobs of BA members  108.4–5

   taking forward  25th anniv.60‒1

   website  94.25–6; 96.3, 22–3; 98.6–7; 104.5; 109.12–13

   yearly calendar of events 1975‒2000  25th anniv.32‒3

   see also AGMs

Basketmakers List  53.24, 24; 54.8; 56.23; 60.7

Basketmakers North West  90.27; 91.27–8

Basketmakers South West  81.22; 83.15; 87.36–7; 88.29; 90.26; 91.23; 93.28; 94.20; 96.27–8; 

   97.44; 99.26–7; 101.14; 103.33; 105.15–16; 106.41–2

Basketmakers of the West Midlands  84.30; 85.27; 88.24; 92.23–4; 104.32; 109.36

basketmaking

   history sources  47.18–19

   terms  76.14–16

Basketmaking ‒ Past, Present and Future, exhibition  58.3

Basketry Carte Blanche, exhibition  108.27‒30, 27, 29, 30, 31‒2, back cover

basketry ecology  91.20–1

Basketry Today, exhibition  103.26–7, 26, 27

Baskets, exhibition  33.7

Baskets and Other Woven Forms, exhibition  45.21

Basque country, basketry  44.7–9, 8, 9; 47.5, 6–7

Batchelor, Alan, on breaking cane  76.20

Bateman-Wang, Mary

   ‘Basketmaking in Taiwan’  66.30–1

   congratulations  48.5

   reports from Wessex  92.22; 94.17–18; 97.43; 98.32; 101.12–13; 104.31

Bath chairs  74.39; 89.41; 105.23

Batsman, Andrea  19.7

Battersea Park (London), lily tidies  87.back cover

Bauhaus chairs  85.33, 33

Bauska, Osvalds  100.14

Baynes, Muriel  2.8

Beacock, Eileen  6.4

beads, birch bark  90.32

bear grass  81.4; 107.22; 109.13

Beardsmore, Reg

   at AGM 1995  75.7

   congratulations  70.7

   work by  78.2

   and Worshipful Company  25th anniv.30

Beaty, Ian  86.9

Beazley, Tim, ‘Risky Business’  111.13–14

Bech, Lise

   ‘Big Willow and Basketry Day at Vissinggaard, Denmark’  102.29–31

   ‘Celtic Baskets’  78.11

   ‘Colin Manthorpe’s Great Teaching Tour of Scotland’  81.11

   ‘Kishie Making with Lowrie Copland ‒ the Video’  101.15–16

   ‘The New Scottish Makars’  78.5–6

   bursary  104.3

   reports from Scotland  102.35–6; 106.39–41

   work by  87.35; 110.20

Beck, Chris  108.25

Beck, David

   on Joseph Spiers  84.22–3

   query  89.8

   work by  100.back cover

Beck, Denise  107.20–2

bedhead, cane  102.13, 13

Bedwin, Miranda

   congratulations  110.5

   work by  110.34, 35

Bedworth, Jacalyn  87.15

bee skeps

   Austria  78.29

   demonstrations (illus)  8.4; 9.9; 51.7; 86.9; 90.51; 110.17

   Ireland  65.back cover; 56.10

   Iron Age  7.13

   medieval  53.17

   plastic binder twine, use of  21.12

   talk at AGM  6.17

   Wales  34.12

   willow  51.7; 53.16–18, 18

beech basketry

   pottles  48.2

   sieves  47.17

beehive chairs  45.3, 4

beer basket, Zulu  68.11, 11

Beginners’ Forum  76.28–9; 77.25; 80.22–3

Behennah, Dail

   ‘Baskets and other Woven Forms’  45.21

   ‘Other Non-Returnable Baskets’  49.31

   ‘Strawberry Pottles and Punnets’  48.2–5

   City & Guilds course  25th anniv.40

   Contemporary Basketry Group  48.15

   work by

      Basket  74.40

      cane ball  53.20‒2, 20; 53.21; 53.back cover

      flatband cane cone  48.15

      leaf-shaped dish  89.33

      pebble dish  78.2

      stainless steel ball  83.front cover, 8

      white willow grid  89.front cover

Beil, Julianna, obituary by  96.13–14

bejuco  74.25–6

Belfast Newsletter  34.13

Belgium, basketry

   bakermatten  69.22–4, 23; 108.11–12, 11

   Claessens, Theo  98.25–7

   giants  50.44–5, 45; 103.16–17

   layette baskets  111.30–5, 30, 31, 32, 33

   skeined willow  93.11

   Willow Day  78.9

Bell, Melissa  66.19

Bennett, Dave  64.13–15, 14

Bennett, Dorothy  2.8

Bennett, Rosey  58.30

Bensley, Terry  92.32

Benson, Peter, The Levels, reviewed  41.19

Benson-Cooper family  85.23

bent grass  21.14

Bentley, Fred  23.6

bents  21.10

bentwood/caned chair  91.41, 41

Beppu (Japan), School of Bamboo  111.27

Berg, Michelle  66.22

Bergère chairs  65.19; 97.21‒2, 21, 22, back cover

Berkshire Basketmakers  93.31–2; 97.44–5

Bernera (Lewis), creel workshops (illus)  103.37–8; 106.28–32

Berrido, Sue  19.7

Berry, Dorothy, ‘A Lesson Learnt by a First Time Demonstrator!’  5.18

Berry, Matt  85.40–1

berry baskets  92.18; 100.32–3; see also bilberry baskets; gooseberry basket; raspberry baskets; 

   strawberry baskets

Bertz, Iris  66.6; 84.4

besoms  50.28–9, 28

The Best of British Basketmaking, exhibition  70.6, 6; 25th anniv.25‒6

Betts, Jill, ‘Potato Harvesting Baskets’  93.22–3

Bewdley (Worcs), whiskets  58.18, 18

Beyond the Bounds, exhibition  76.17; 78.front cover, 19, 20‒2; 25th anniv.27

Bichard, Maurice

   ‘The BA’s Original Aims and How We are Fulfilling Them’  25th anniv.58

   ‘The Centre of German Basket Making’  62.14–16

   ‘A Centre for Rushwork in Italy’  94.14–15

   ‘Favourite Baskets’  105.13–14

   ‘Favourite Baskets: 2’  107.37–8

   ‘Favourite Baskets: 3’  109.35–6

   ‘Favourite Baskets: 4’  108.11–12

   ‘Favourite Baskets: 5’  110.31–2

   ‘Favourite Baskets: 6’  111.23–4

   ‘Forthcoming Exhibition of ‘Roman’ Basketry’  90.16–17

   ‘A Grape Harvesting Basket from the Loire’  58.20–1

   ‘Insurance Matters’  89.30–1

   ‘Membership’  25th anniv.59

   ‘A Museum Collection in Eastern Germany’  75.17

   ‘The National Willows Collection at Long Ashton’  93.9

   ‘New Archive Material’  109.9–10

   ‘Taking the BA Forward’  25th anniv.60‒1

   ‘A Winnowing Fan’  61.12–14

   book reviews by  86.38; 90.55

   chairman’s report

      1998  87.2–3

      1999  91.2–4

      2000  95.3–4

      2001  99.2–4

      2002  103.2–5

   collection  86.19–20, 19, 20

   conference chaired by  67.24

   talk by  59.4–5

   on website  96.3; 98.6–7

   and Worshipful Company  25th anniv.30

bicycle baskets  56.36; 94.back cover

Bideford (Devon), basketmaker  22.13; 69.16

Bignor Basket Group  110.58

bilberry baskets

   Finland  50.40–1, 40, 41–2

   Germany (illus)  99.17–22

   Ireland  56.20, 20

Binns, Helen  78.30

Binns, Jackie

   congratulations  87.10

   work by  83.25

biomass  67.24; 82.14

bionne bale  85.14–16, 14, 15, 16

Biot (France), baskets  90.47–9, 48

birch

   besoms  50.28, 29

   split wood baskets  59.27

   whisks  58.18

   see also birch bark basketry

Birch, Alf  58.18

birch bark basketry

   Alaska  77.26; 79.8, 9

   beads  90.32

   Finland  91.38; 92.18–19, 18, 19; 95.12; 98.21, 21

   Latvia  59.6

   by Linda Lemieux  89.28

   workshops  90.28, 28; 103.47

Birch Dancers sculpture  82.16, 16

Bird, Ann  48.5

Bird, Stanley  50.4; 92.32

bird boat  106.6, 8

bird catching baskets  1.7; 50.5; 54.inside front cover

bird nest box  89.28

birdcages  33.6–7, 6; 90.48, 48

birds, exotic  69.33–5, 33, 34, 35; see also cockerels; eagle; hen; heron; owl; peacock; phoenix; 

   swan

Bishop, Susie  75.25

Bisson, Harriet  46.9

Bitson, Ghenon  36.4

black ash  27.14; 49.7; 52.21, 21

black pig mask  67.back cover

black walnut  109.15

blackthorn  27.11

Blackwell, Patricia  2.8

Blankley, Niall, work by  78.22

Blarney Castle (Co Cork), basketwork ceiling  77.10, 10

Blatherwyck (Northants), hayricks  83.27

Blehaut, Jean-François, Iban Baskets, reviewed  105.30–1

blinds, cane  36.7, 8; 38.26

Blockley, Kevin  53.3

Board, Rebecca, The Handmade Basket Book, reviewed  105.33

boat building and sailing, Porthleven  106.6, 6, 16, 18–21, 19, 20; 107.24

boat fenders  60.14–15, 15; 74.7

boats

   basketwork, Exeter museum  7.7

   steel and willow  71.25, 25

   willow  101.9

   see also bird boat; canoes; coracles; currach; ship

Bobart, H H, Basketwork Through the Ages, reprint  83.28

bobbin-tarred chair  91.40–1, 40–1

Bodyshop  92.31

Bogatsu, Kentse, ‘Basket Making ‒ Ngamiland’s Mainstay’  95.38–41

Bognor Cane Co  39.23

Boland, Amy, ‘Kishie Making in Shetland’  90.43–4

bomb baskets  16.5–6

Bonacker, Andrea  108.9; 109.8

Booth, Mrs ‒  7.16‒17

Booth, Debbie

   ‘Big Willow Day May 2000 ‒ Vissinggaard Denmark’  96.8–12

   ‘The Oliver Meek Tape’  110.49

   congratulations  90.54

   course by  92.24, 95

   obituary by  56.22

   at Porthleven  106.10

boots/bootees

   grass  94.35

   kelp  89.32

borders

   arch-topped baskets  19.8

   for blunt corners  36.9, 10

   borrowing from another skill  92.12–13, 12; 93.21, 21

   butterfly bands  47.11–13, 12

   cane  46.6–8, 6, 7, 8

   choosing  84.8–9, 8, 9; 85.13–14

   Covent Garden basket  23.16

   flat 6 or 7 rod  25th anniv.7

   four behind two square corner with post  44.10, 11

   four pair plait  39.15, 16

   heart-shaped basket  106.23

   plaited  9.5; 13.16; 40.19–20, 19

   roll  50.37–8

   rope  43.11, 12, 23

   side for basket with drop-in lid  37.13, 14–15, 14; 38.19–22, 20–2

   triple border puzzle  49.17–19, 17, 18, 19; 50.32–4, 33–6

   vale  73.34–5, 35; 74.26, 26

   willow bands  47.11, 12

Borland, Amy, work by  95.43

Borland, Anne, & Amy, ‘Basketmaking for a New Century’  25th anniv.62

Borneo, Iban basketry  106.24, 24

Borrill, Ann  104.3

Botswana, basketry  95.38–41, 38, 39, 40, 41; 110.21–2, 21

bottle carrying basket  55.28

bottles

   encased in basketwork  103.31, 31

   willow sculptures  84.6, 6

bottomless baskets  66.33; 67.32–5; 69.32

Boudreau, Babs  85.20

Boughton, Margaret  98.23

boulders, willow  70.28, 29

Bourgain, Gilles, work by  80.18, 18

bouyricoun  73.36, 36; 100.21‒5, 21; 104.front cover; 107.15–17, 16

bow baskets  52.28

bower, willow  85.24; 86.24

Bradbury, Margaret  51.4–6

Bradley, Jane  108.9

Bradley, Phil  75.15

Bradshaw, Robert  62.7

Bradshaw, Susan  62.7

braid weave  52.17–20, 18, 19, 20

brakes  49.9–12, 9; 78.15, 15; 92.15–16, 16

bramble  27.11; 34.10–11; 49.27; 51.7; 76.3; 93.19

Brammer, Margaret

   ‘Two Museums’  29.7

   bursary  27.5

   congratulations  23.6

Brandford, Joanne Segal

   obituary  70.36; 71.30–1

   work by  71.front cover, 30

Braunton (Devon), basketmaker  22.13; 69.16

Bray, F  17.14

bread baskets

   France  55.24, 24

   Jamaica  31.11

   Poland  59.28, 28

   white willow  68.back cover

   see also baker’s basket

Breakell, Bill  58.22

Brennand-Wood, Michael  110.20

Brentford (Middx), pottle making  48.2

Brereton Heath Country Park (Ches)  84.4–5, 6, 6; 87.45

bres  108.42–3, 42, 43

Brewin, J M  3.2

Brewster, Christine

   ‘An Attempt to Describe a very full Ten Days in a very few Words’  75.13–14

   ‘Blind Caning that isn’t Blind Caning’  106.34–5

   ‘Course List on the BA Website’  109.12–13

   ‘New Premises’  109.7–8

   ‘The 6 Stick Base ‒ But what I do….’  97.7

   book review by  99.35

   bursary  102.20

   congratulations  90.53

   course by  88.25–6, 25

   in Italy  99.16

   obituary by  109.40

   on

      complaint re rush seating  111.46

      contemporary basketmaking  90.52

   reports from Berkshire  93.31–2; 97.44–5

   work by  111.36, 36

briar  88.44

bride baskets  75.21; 83.31

Brighton (Sussex), St Dunstan’s Training Centre  25th anniv.17, 18

Brignall, Sheila, ‘Baskets in Peterborough’  29.14

Brilliant Baskets, exhibition  55.18; 25th anniv.27

Brimblecombe, George  15.7–8

Brinkhurst, Vavi

   and BA  15.11; 25th anniv.i‒ii, 6

   treasurer’s report  16.10

Bristol & Bath Basket Makers Co-operative  97.32–3, 32

British Basket Show, exhibition  30.6‒10, 12; 25th anniv.25

British Crafts Centre, membership  24.16

British Rail basketmakers  77.11

Brittany

   basketmaking  19.4; 51.20–2, 23

   basketry festival  78.12

   basketry techniques  87.40–1, 40

   framed baskets  106.26–7, 27

   shopper  92.11

Brockhole (Cumbria), coracle-making course  94.11–13, 12, 13

Brookbank, Elaine  15.10

Brookfield (USA), Basketry Institute  31.14–15

Brooklands church (Kent), rushwork  6.9

Brooks, Ann

   ‘Baskets of Eastern California’  105.24–5

   ‘Exhibition in New York’  109.22

   ‘A Few Days in Tonga’  82.12–13

   ‘On Our Travels Again’  85.18–20

   ‘Pocket Hats’  77.19

   ‘Review of Strands Exhibition’  104.22–3

   ‘The Worshipful Company of Basketmakers Best of British Basketmaking Competition’  

      90.53‒4 

   book reviews by  70.39; 80.29

   on contemporary basketmaking  91.36–7

   secretary’s report

      1993  67.3

      1994  71.5

      1995  75.5

      1996  79.3–4

      1997  83.3

   work by  82.7

broom  60.26

Broster, Laraine, reports on Woodrow 1983  26.4–5

Brotherton, Germaine, ‘Since ‘Rush & Leafcraft’’  100.37–9

Brougham top  46.26

Brown, Alastair Kingsley  25th anniv.29

Brown, Dorothy, ‘Jamaican Basketry’  31.11–12

Brown, Duncan  57.12

Bruce, Ted

   bursary  86.11

   profile  97.38–9, 38

Buchanan, Dave  106.20

Buchanan, James (Jim)

   bursary  66.6

   at Woodrow  67.front cover

   work by  64.20–1, 20

Buchman, Jan, work by  89.33

Buck, David  25.4, 5

Buck, Doris  32.12

buck baskets  89.12; 90.15; 91.11–12, 12

Buckingham Palace Garden Party  70.10

buckthorn  27.11

Budzow (Poland), basketmaking  59.27

Buenos Aires (Argentina), basket seller  86.39

bullace  27.11

bunks  58.27

Bunn, Stephanie, work by  85.24; 86.24

Burdekin, J, Ltd  21.14

burden basket  52.21

Burgess, Laura, work by  78.20

buri palm  92.31, 31

Burma, basket from  101.41, 42–3, 42

Burnett, Alison, & Lemieux, Linda, ‘A Weekend with Lee Dalby’  92.11

Burnfield, Penny, work by  78.21

Burns, Hilary

   Cane Rush and Willow: Weaving with Natural Materials, reviewed  88.40

   ‘Cultural Diffusion or How Basket Techniques Travel the World’  88.43–4

   ‘Devon Stave Baskets’  109.33–4

   ‘Treebogs’  81.16–17

   bursaries  62.7; 102.20

   City & Guilds course  25th anniv.40

   Contemporary Basketry Group  48.15

   course by  103.43–4

   cutting sent in by  83.12

   obituary by  106.27

   on reverse French randing  85.16

   secretary’s report

      1998  87.3–4

      1999  92.2–4

      2000  95.6–8

   work by

      lampshades  105.front cover

      at London College of Furniture exhibition  45.21 

      sewing basket  78.3

      spiral bowls  88.43, 44

      tension trays  110.20

      trug  78.3

Burrowbridge (Som)  5.16

bursaries

   BA  20.4; 21.4; 23.10; 34.6

   Barbara Maynard  32.6; 57.22

   Fred Rogers  69.2

   study  92.7–8

   Walmsley  105.3

   Worshipful Company  47.2

Bury, Alex

   ‘Basque Country Baskets’  47.5–7

   ‘Finnish Bilberry Basket’  50.40–2

   ‘Making Sense’  74.21

   ‘New Forms in Willow’  58.6

   ‘The Oak Room’  51.31

   ‘Wyre Forset Oak Whiskets’  58.18–19

   City & Guilds course  25th anniv.40

   congratulations  70.7

   course review by  74.16

   obituaries by  71.30

   on

      contemporary basketmaking  80.3

      frame basket  80.16

      Greenwood Trust  71.35

   work by  78.20

Bury, Alex, & John, ‘Street Criers’  55.27

Bury St Edmunds (Herts), sculpture  98.29

Buseki, Mr  90.20

Bussière (France), basketmaking  13.4

busts, cane  61.35, 35; 62.27–9, 27–9; 63.34, 34

Butcher, Mary  25th anniv.7

   ‘Acorn Granaries’  100.40–1

   ‘Basket Competitions, British and Irish’  87.8–10

   ‘Basketmaking in Poland’  59.11–32

   ‘Beyond Contemporary Basketmaking ‒ Forces for Change in the Second Millennium’  

      91.29–32

   ‘Borderlines’  40.19–20; 41.15–17; 43.11–12, 23; 49.17–19

   ‘The Buckingham Palace Garden Party’  70.10

   ‘Carrying Tools in Public Places’  81.25

   ‘Changing the Committee Structure’  80.31

   ‘Contained Spaces: the world at her finger tips’  110.21‒6

   Contemporary International Basketmaking Exhibition Catalogue, reviewed  90.56

   ‘Contemporary International Basketmaking: Notes & Comments’  91.37‒8

   ‘Cultural Diffusion or How Basket Techniques Travel the World’  87.40–1

   ‘Eel Traps’  34.8–9

   ‘Exhibitions’  25th anniv.25‒8

   ‘Exotic Bird’  69.33–5

   ‘Great Latvian Basket Exhibition’  75.18–19

   ‘Hampton Court Willow Skeinwork’  74.27

   ‘International Links’  25th anniv.52‒6

   ‘Mabel Roffey’s Hedgerow Classes in Canterbury’  60.25

   ‘Maple Baskets from the Gypsies in Hungary’  69.25–7

   ‘Mary’s Skeining Machine’  83.16

   ‘Paju 2000, Kuopio, Finland’  95.12–14

   ‘Plaited Fish’  68.34–5

   ‘Plaited Reindeer’  67.38–41

   ‘Reed Mace Seating in Hungary’  68.20–3

   ‘Restructing the Work of the Association  78.26

   ‘A Rimpie Chair Seat’  61.17

   ‘Stripping the Willow’  92.15–16

   ‘Travelling’  96.11, 11, 12

   ‘Willow Bands and Butterfly Bands’  47.11–13

   Willow Work, reviewed  73.39

   ‘Working in the Crafts’  70.14–15

   as artist in residence at Brereton Heath  84.4

   book reviews by  61.28–9; 87.42–3

   bursary  36.4

   chairman’s report

      1993  67.2–3

      1994  71.6–7

      1995  75.3–5

      1996  79.2–3, 4–5

      1997  83.2–3

   congratulations  23.15; 27.3; 63.4; 66.1; 95.36

   courses/workshops arranged by  14.6; 16.14

   courses/workshops with

      Cambridge Botanic Garden  110.18–19

      Devon  71.12

      Manchester, Making Sense  74.17, 19

      Oxfordshire  87.37–8, 38

      Stanton St John  104.28–9, 29

      Threadgolds Farm  82.14

      Wantage  61.6

      Woodrow  87.12, 14, 28; 103.46

      York  109.8

   editorials by  44.1; 45.1; 46.1; 47.1; 49.1; 50.1–2; 51.1; 52.1; 53.1; 54.1; 55.1; 56.1; 57.1; 

      59.1

   at Fête de la Vannerie  87.22

   obituaries by  66.12–13; 77.2; 78.4

   reports on AGM 1985  35.4–8

   reports on Fittleworth March 1984  29.6

   talks by

      AGMs  63.5; 100.2–4

      Feckenham  67.24–5

      Finny  71.19

      London  68.8

   trip to Poland organised by  75.13–14

   video of, reviewed  71.24

   at Woodrow  67.front cover, 20

   work by

      Basketry Carte Blanche  108.27‒30, 27, 29, 30, 31‒2, back cover

      Beyond the Bounds  78.front cover, 22

      Big Willow Day  97.8, 10‒11, 11, 12

      City of London Craft Fair  50.back cover

      fish  76.front cover

      giant living willow basket  97.14, 15, 16

      giant project  102.8‒10

      Reflection on Diversity  95.36

      Rush exhibition  110.20

      skeined willow chair  83.17, 17; 84.17, 17

   and Worshipful Company  75.7; 25th anniv.29

   see also Bamford, Joni, Butcher, Mary, & Ellis, Enid; Johnson, Kay, Elton Barratt, Olivia, &

      Butcher, Mary; Rogers, Fred, & Butcher, Mary

Butcher, Andrew

   ‘Sources for the History of Basketmaking’  47.18–19

   ‘Weirs, Weirmen and Fishermen’  60.28–9

   ‘William Scaling, Basketmaker to the Queen’  63.23–5

Butfield (Surrey), Rush exhibition  110.19–20

Butler, John

   ‘Willow Basketmaking at Ashwell, Herts’  73.6

   ‘Willow Planting’  30.12 

   on

      BA organisation  81.20

      sedan chair  80.17

   at Woodrow  67.22

Butt, Jenny, ‘Willow Sculpture’  99.40–1

butter baskets  22.14; 54.8; 69.17; 79.28

butterfly bands  47.11–13, 12

butterfly cages, rush  56.19

Butterweck, Hansgert  77.12

Button Oak (Worcs), basketmaker  43.22

Buxton, Mark, ‘Gitane, Zigeuner, Gypsy’  86.37

bye-staked, half and full  19.8

cabaz  50.24

cabbage palm bark basketry  72.17

cable ties  95.19

cactus root  81.4

Cadena, Antonio Leja  108.41, 44

Caesar chair  89.38, 38

caisie  21.14

Cajes, Eugenio, painting by  48.24, 25; 100.26–7, 26

cake storage basket  100.3

Calderón family  68.27, 29

calf muzzle  51.8, 8; 56.10

calhau  67.38

Callevey, Georg D W, Die Korbflechterei, reviewed  40.20

Callinan, Rosie  88.23

Cambridge (Cambs), University Botanic Garden residences  96.38

Cameron Balloons  48.11

Cameroon basketry  92.20–1

Cammaert, Lorna  107.21

campaign chair  79.30, 30

Campbell, Colin  15.4–5

Campbell, Helen

   ‘Iron Age Willow Baskets Recreated’  58.11

   ‘Welsh Frame Baskets’  79.10–11

   bursary  36.4

   congratulations  90.53 

   profile  102.19–20, 19

   reports from Wales  98.33–4; 104.32–3; 105.16–17

Campbell, Ian, ‘Porthleven Observations’  106.15–17

Campbell, Joan  94.16; 98.11

Campbell, June

   ‘Rush Rendezvous’  17.13

   congratulations  19.7

Campbell, Sue

   reports from Devon  75.9

   reports from the South-West  94.20; 96.27–8; 97.44; 99.26–7; 101.14; 103.33; 105.15–16

Campelo, Antonio  76.2, 4; 83.6

Canada, basketry

   Basketry Focus conference  74.22–3; 76.22–3

   chair seating  38.11–12

   contemporary basketmaking  27.14–15, 15

   course at York  109.13–15, 14

   letter from  33.8–9

   Nova Scotia  36.6, 16

   Salt Spring Island course  107.20–3

   transfer basket  80.20, 20

canastras  50.24

candles, rush  56.19

cane

   borders  46.6–8, 6, 7, 8

   dyeing/staining  25.12–13; 32.15–16; 57.21; 73.37–8; 74.37; 82.30; 84.10

   growing and preparing  48.12, 13

   history of use  99.30–1; 100.20

   Indonesian embargo  46.2–3; 58.7

   pesticides  39.12–14

   plaited rings  19.12, 13

   preparation  22.11

   prices  8.13

   quality  61.15–16

   round-nosed pliers, use of  13.14–15

   varieties  46.4–5

cane seating

   17th-century  99.36, 36

   advice needed on original pattern  110.50, 50

   aid for holding  54.17–18, 17

   American patterns  80.27, 27; 93.27, 27

   armchair by John Excell  87.front cover

   Austria  89.38–40, 39, 40

   Bangladesh  88.36–8, 36, 37; 92.35–7, 35, 36, 37

   Bauhaus chairs  85.33, 33

   bead and couch query  111.45, 45

   beading  69.29

   bedhead  102.13, 13

   bentwood/caned chair  91.41, 41

   Bergère chairs  65.19; 97.21‒2, 21, 22, back cover

   blind caning  84.18; 85.36; 106.34–5

   breaking cane  75.33, 33; 76.20; 77.24; 78.31, 31

   Caesar chair  89.38, 38

   campaign chair  79.30, 30

   a caner’s story  86.37

   caring for  76.22

   chaise longue  69.28, 28; 71.22

   charges  1.4; 7.15; 11.12–13; 27.6; 31.8; 46.9–11; 53.4–5; 54.14–17, 18; 65.18; 76.18–19; 

      77.22–3; 79.30; 80.26–7; 84.18–19, 19

   children’s chairs  76.20, 20; 101.21

   close caned chairs  74.32–3, 32; 110.51–2, 51

   close skeining  97.8, 8–12; 98.23, 23

   coffee table  92.34, 34; 111.44, 44

   colouring  25.12–13; 32.15–16; 57.21; 82.30

   cradles  96.29, 29, 33; 25th anniv.44‒5, 44

   Danish chair  76.20, 20

   deep curve, coping with  71.23–4, 23

   diagonal  101.33

   diamond backed chair  98.41, 41

   draw-plate  32.14

   drilling new holes  69.28; 71.22

   in El Paso  24.7–8

   finishing chair backs  98.42, 42

   France  101.32–3, 32

   German chairs  83.10, 10

   in High Wycombe  22.11; 93.24–6, 25

   holeless-sided chair query  77.23, 23; 78.30, 30

   in Hull  110.54–6, 54, 55, 56

   invalid couch  77.back cover

   joining broken cane  78.31, 31

   Kenyan chair  89.38

   letter about articles in BA newsletter  109.47–8

   London chair mender  34.14

   loom caning  88.38–9, 38, 39

   medallion back chairs  64.11, 11; 66.28–9; 97.23, 23; 104.26

   mixed with rush  58.24, 24; 87.44, 44

   old photograph of chair seaters  97.front cover

   open hexagonal weave  61.19–20, 19, 20

   Regency chairs  74.34, 34

   rocking chairs  59.35, 35

   settees

      arms  86.32–3, 32, 33

      techniques  85.35, 35; 86.31, 31

      Wigmore Hall  111.41–2, 41, 42

   shallow curves  84.14–15, 14, 15

   shallow holes  84.18, 18

   short cuts  70.22–3, 23; 71.22; 72.20–1; 75.25

   six-way standard, easy stages  41.10, 10, 13

   small holes, caning through  53.7–8, 7

   South African chairs  111.40, 40

   square backed with curves  106.36, 36

   standards  60.12

   Star of David pattern  110.52, 52

   star/snowflake chair back  61.18, 18; 62.22, 22

   stools  106.33, 33; 25th anniv.46

   structural  82.29–30, 29

   sunray back chair  104.26

   teaching  104.25–6

   technique advice  85.36–8

   tools  68.7

   two rows of holes, what to do with  53.6, 6

   and upholstery  88.35

   woven cane query  78.30, 30; 79.31

cane squeezers  18.10, 11

cane weaver  66.28, 28; 67.9

Canham, Jason  52.21

cannon baskets  67.32–3

canoes, willow and tissue  106.6, 6, 8

Canterbury (Kent)

   basketmakers  47.18

   hedgerow classes  60.25–6, 25

Capel Manor (London), Countryside Weekend  14.5–6

Capewell, Jean, ‘A Very Special Basket’  38.12–13

carboys  103.31, 31

Cardiff (Glam), Welsh Folk Museum  88.7–8

Carlisle (Cumbria), Roman baskets  58.12–14, 13, 14

Carnegie, Lesley, ‘Square Willow Workshop ‒ Letter Tray’  101.25–6

Carre, Mr  62.18

Carrick-on-Sair (Co Tipperary), basketmaking  56.2

carrier bags  95.21, 22

Carriere, Ed  80.19, 19

Carrigan, Joan  107.21–3; 109.10, 13–15, 14

Carroll, Melanie, ‘City & Guilds Creative Skills Certificate in Basketmaking’  99.9–11

Carter, Patricia

   basket query  90.13

   bursary  59.3

   congratulations  48.5; 70.7

   obituary by  82.7

   on seagrass seating  69.31

   at Woodrow  67.front cover

   work by  71.16

Carter, Tony

   on making a willow coffin  79.19–20

   work by  73.14, 14–15

Cartmill, Mr  56.11, 11

carts  83.28, 28; 90.16; see also wagon

cat, willow  99.40, 41

cat baskets  51.16; 53.24; 54.8

Catalan Basketmakers’ Association  84.7; 108.16

Catalonian basketry

   base  74.47; 89.15

   festival  108.16

   snail basket 78.back cover

Caton, Sheila  19.7

Cattle, Christopher, work by  110.29, 29

cedar bark basketry

   America  66.22; 79.8–9, 8

   Canada, Salt Spring Island  107.20, 21, 21, 22–3

   courses  79.8–9, 8; 109.13–14, 14

   by Linda Lemieux  89.28

ceiling, basketwork  77.10, 10

cesta holandesa  96.7, 7

cesto  50.24; 94.9, 9, 10

Cesto de Vindima  14.1, 9–10

Chagford (Devon), Mythic Garden  66.11, 11

chair frames, restoration of  110.56–7

chair seaters’ rap  64.10–11; 65.16–21; 66.28–9; 67.9; 69.28–31; 70.22–3; 71.22–4; 72.20–3; 

   73.30–3; 74.32–8; 75.22–6; 84.14–19; 85.32–8; 86.31–3; 87.44–6; 88.36–9; 89.38–41; 90.45; 

   91.40–1; 92.33–7; 93.24–7; 95.45–6; 96.29–33; 97.21–5; 98.39–42; 99.36; 101.32–6; 

   102.13–14; 104.25–6; 106.33–6; 109.45–8; 110.50–7; 111.39–46

chair seating

   in BA newsletter  109.45–6

   certificates and diplomas  50.26–7; 78.34; 87.46; 110.10, 18–19

   chair seaters’ stories  38.11–12; 49.16; 70.24–5

   charges  1.4; 31.8

   song  55.26

   talk by Peter Barker  96.29–33

   teaching  69.7–8

   see also cane seating; cord seating; chair seaters’ rap; crochet seating; plastic twine seating;

      reedmace seating; riempe (rimpie) seating; rope seating; rush seating; seagrass seating;

      sedge/straw seating; straw seating; willow chair seating

chair symposium  110.27–30, 28, 29, 30

chairs

   cane, by Peter Quin  75.8

   collection of Iorwerth Pritchard  45.2–3

   Danish  76.20, 20

   German  83.10, 10

   hooded  50.11; 76.19, 19; 78.8–9, 8, 9

   living willow  76.10–11

   prototype design  69.37, 37

   Roman  58.23; 64.front cover

   see also chair types by name

chaise longue  69.28, 28; 71.22

Chalford (Glos), donkey panniers  88.12

Chambers, George, lobster pots  86.25; 106.8

Champeney, Anna

   ‘On the Basketry Trail in Galicia’  76.2–4, 2

   ‘Exhibition Review’  104.43–5

   ‘Galician Basketmaking’  83.6–7

   ‘Hazel and Chestnut Basketry of the Pyrenees’  108.41–4

Channel Isles, basketry  62.18, 19

Chaplin, Susanna

   ‘Design Centre Award’  25.9

   congratulations  27.3

   work exhibited  24.10

Chapman, John, obituary  56.22

charcoal baskets  86.12–13, 13

Charles, Prince of Wales  10.3; 47.10

Charlton, Adrian

   ‘Basketmaking on Salt Spring Island, British Columbia’  107.20–3

   ‘Creel Back-Pack’  101.19

   ‘In Search of the Bouyricoun’  100.21–5, 25

   book review by  110.59

   bursary  40.5

   course by  107.15–17, 16

   at Fête de la Vannerie  87.22

   at Porthleven  106.16

   work by  104.front cover

Cheers  40.27

cheese basket  1.6

Chelsea Crafts Fair  80.15

Cheney, Peggy  6.4; 8.3

cherry bark  109.13

Chesterton (Cambs), rushed chairs  88.3

chestnut basketry

   Basque country  44.7–9; 47.5, 6–7

   Galicia  76.3; 83.6

   Italy  103.31, 31

   Pyrenees  108.41–4, 42, 43

chicken/hen baskets

   China  104.39, 40

   England  54.13

   France  80.18, 18

   Ireland  56.10; 67.18

   Netherlands  79.28, 28

   Philippines  83.19, 19; 84.36

   Pyrenees  108.42, 44

   Scotland  79.front cover; 80.18

   Sweden  83.19, 19

Chicoine, Abbé  18.13; 55.22

child shelters  1.6

children’s chairs  76.20, 20; 91.40–1, 40, 41; 101.21

Chile, basketmaking  90.39–41, 39, 40

Chilman, Sylvia

   ‘Did You Know That..’  3.10

   ‘Straw Hats and Bonnets’  7.16–18

   congratulations  5.4; 6.4; 8.3

Chimbarongo (Chile)  90.39–41, 39, 40

chin  68.24, 26–33

China, basketry

   seller of  80.18, 18

   study trip  38.4–5

   Three Gorges Dam trip  104.39–40, 39, 40

   willow  33.12–13

   winnowing fan  55.17, 17

Chinaud, Roger  108.41, 44

Christmas trees, willow/cane  71.32–3

chrysalis/burrow  57.7, 7

Chung, Cherry, work by  90.back cover

church bazaars  22.13–14; 69.17

churches, rushwork  6.9; 7.10; 14.14, 15

cigarette packets  95.18

ciseog

   by Joe Hogan  56.3, 4, 9; 61.7; 65.10

   making instructions  40.6–9, 6, 7, 8, 9

City & Guilds Basketry Course

   exhibitions

      1981  19.5–6

      1997  82.7, 7; 83.25

      2000  95.37

      2001  96.back cover

      2003  106.24–5, 25

      2004  110.front cover, 34, 35, 68, back cover

   and formation of the BA  1.1

   goodbye to from Olivia Elton Barratt  110.14

   origins  15.11, 12

   reflections on

      1977  5.5

      1980s  71.26‒7; 25th anniv.38‒41

      1997  81.14–15

      2001  97.26–8, 26; 99.9–11, 12

City of London craft fair  54.23

City of London Festival

   1981  19.5–6

   1985  34.5

   1986  38.10

   1987  42.3–4

   1989  50.back cover

   1998  25th anniv.back cover

Claessens, Theo  98.25–7

Clapham Common Horse Show  12.4–5

Clark, Cate, ‘Basket Making in the Lake District’  90.9–10

Clark, David, profile  103.11–13, 12

Clark, Kathy

   ‘Devil’s Claw Mats and Yucca Baskets’  81.4

   ‘First Term at the City Lit’  81.14–15

Clarkson, Mrs  43.4

classroom, willow  79.26, 26

Clay, Sue, ‘Breton Framed Baskets’  106.26–7

Claydon, Henry, work by  107.40

La Clayette (France), basketmaking  93.19–20

cleaving  44.7–8

cleft wood baskets  50.42

clematis  27.10–11

cliabh see creels, Irish; creels, Scottish

cliath cearc  67.18

cliath inchair  67.18

cliath ugh  67.18

clibber saddles  21.14

Clifton House Farm Basketry Guild  72.8

Clissett Wood (Herefs), willow weaving  101.44, 44, 45

clothes baskets

   England  54.8; 55.28

   Jamaica  31.11

   see also dress baskets

clothing

   grass  94.31, 31

   willow  57.10, 11

   see also boots/bootees; hats; shepherd’s cape

Clover, Jan, on German giftshop  80.20, 20

Clow, Katrina, ‘Weekend Willow Basketmaking Course at the University of Stirling, with 

   Graham Glanville’  71.13–14

coal baskets

   Poland  59.17

   Wales  45.front cover, inside front cover, 5–6, 6

   Yorkshire  58.22, 22; 110.16, 16

Coatalen, Bridget  107.14

Coate, Christopher & Ann  48.6

Coate, Jonathan

   on cramming  45.14

   work by  48.7; 53.17, 18

Coate, P H, ‘A Willow Grower’s View’  25th anniv.41‒3

Coate, P H & Son  5.16

Coates, Eric  5.16

Cobham, Mr  50.6

Cochran, Donna  107.23

cockerels

   straw  25th anniv.10, 10

   willow  84.front cover

cockle flats  87.39

Cockley Cley (Norfolk), reconstruction  58.11

coconut leaves  101.20–1

Coe, Leslie  66.22–3

coffee table  92.34, 34; 111.44, 44

coffin cover, willow  105.40, 40

coffins, willow

   ancient  2.7, 7; 80.5; 25th anniv.30

   by Leat, Trevor  93.30

   chrysalis  79.18–20, 18, 19, 20

   course  103.43–4, 43, 44

   manufacture in Somerset  108.23, 23, 24

   see also transfer basket

Coffland, Robert, Contemporary Japanese Bamboo Arts, reviewed  96.36–7

coiled basketry

   Apache  52.29–31, 31

   Barbados  72.18

   Botswana  95.38–41, 38, 39, 40, 41; 110.21–2, 21

   Chile  90.41

   Contained Spaces exhibition  110.21, 25–6, 25

   Hopi  94.36, 37

   newspaper  83.14, 14

   Oman  49.13–15, 14

   sisal  109.back cover

   Tonga  82.12–13, 12, 13

   Tutsi  97.29–30, 30

   Zulu  68.11, 11

coiled puzzle  50.12–13; 51.29

coir  101.20

Coker, Alec  14.12; 25th anniv.28

Cole, Isobel  102.5; 110.17

Cole, Sally

   ‘Report of Woodrow Summer ’99’  91.19

   bursary  91.5

   exhibition reviewed by  88.33–4

   reports from the Dane Coppice Crafts Group  86.17–18; 88.27–8; 89.26–7; 91.24–6

   request for information  91.38

   work by  88.31; 91.41, 41; 98.back cover

colander, Shaker  49.front cover

Collier, Lavinia  107.30

Collins, Eric

   ‘York 2000’  94.22–3

   profile  101.22‒4, 22, 23

Colmans, Paul & Lynda  99.32–3

Colombia

   chin  68.24–33, 25

   hats  79.13–17, 13, 14, 15, 16, 17

   letter from  70.11

   pre-Columbian  74.24

   talk on  67.5, 6

   travelling in  73.12–13; 74.24–6, 24

Colombotti, Antonio  92.15–16, 15

Colsell, Keith

   ‘Basketmaking in Orkney’  21.13–14

   work by  28.9–10

Colwell, Maggie

   ‘Fishing Creel in the Loire’  60.13

   ‘More About Orkney Chairs’  67.21; 69.31

   on

      cane furniture  75.33

      frame basket  76.21, 21; 85.10‒11

      Turkish basketmaking  81.3      

   song sent in by  55.26   

Combley, Marika  51.30

commander  18.9, 10

Commonwealth Games, lanterns  103.41, 41

competitions, views on  88.32–3; 89.19–22

compost toilet  101.44, 45

Compton, Elizabeth

   in New Berlin  52.41

   profile  53.28–9, 28, 29

   at Woodrow  67.front cover

Concarneau (France), basketmaking  51.22

Conder, Trisha, ‘Straw Work in Churches’  68.17

cone-shaped basket  70.33–4, 33, 34

Conkey, John  88.13

Contained Spaces, exhibition (illus)  110.21–6

contemporary basketmaking

   emergence of  25th anniv.38‒41

   members views  79.24–5; 80.2–5; 81.2–3; 90.52; 91.29–32, 33–8

Contemporary Basketry Group  48.15

Contemporary International Basketmaking, exhibition  89.32‒3, 32, 33; 90.52, 56; 91.29‒38; 

   25th anniv.27‒8

Cooke, Rosemarie

   ‘The Day Mary came…’  71.12

   bursary  66.6

   course subsidy scheme  70.4

   reports from the South West  87.36–7; 88.29; 90.26; 91.23; 93.28

   at Woodrow  79.12

Cooper, Maggie

   bursaries  47.10; 58.30

   congratulations  48.5

   course report by  60.11

Cooper, Reg  77.11

Copland, Lowrie

   course by  90.43–4, 44

   video  101.15–16, 15; 110.13

   work by  87.35, 35

copyright  104.4–5

coracles

   courses  77.21

      Canada  82.20–1, 21

      Lake District  94.11–13, 12, 13

      Little Hadham, Spey Curragh  50.22‒3, 23, back cover; 51.back cover

      Porthleven  106.8, 15

   demonstration at summer meeting 1991  58.4

   made by Olivia Elton Barratt  62.5

   in museum collection  7.7

   regatta at summer meeting 1999  90.35–8, 36, 37

   rush cutting in  89.18

   Somerset  108.6

   talk on at AGM  47.front cover, 1, back cover; 48.1

   Thames charity trip (illus)  107.25–9

   Thames race against Watermen  81.8–9, 8, 9

   Wales  15.12; 42.6

corbeilles  44.7–9

cord seating  97.24, 24; 111.39–40, 39

cording, making  54.9–11, 11

cordyline leaves  96.9

corf  110.16, 16

Corke, Sandy, ‘Basketmaking Tour ‒ Southern India’  109.16–19, 21–2

corn dollies

   and BA  25th anniv.49‒50, 49

   history and description  64.16–19, 19

   materials  29.10

   stories about  11.10; 14.12; 25th anniv.28

   talks on  12.16–18; 51.4, 5

corn server  46.26

corners

   corner sticks  9.5

   five rod behind two square  35.11, 12

   four behind two square corner with post  44.10, 11

   rectangular baskets  23.16, 16

Corsica, basketry

   fishing baskets  51.14, 14

   lobster pots  8.4–5; 9.9

Cort, Louisa  101.5

corves  45.5–6, 6

Costain, Peter

   ‘The Prime Warden’s Address’  89.13–14

   on competitions  89.19–20

Cottell, Nicola  56.23

Cotterell, Sandra

   bursary  62.7

   chair query  85.34; 86.23, 32

cotton  79.13

Cotton, Bernard  75.7

couch, invalid  77.back cover

courge  62.18

course subsidy scheme  67.12–13; 70.4; 71.2

courses, questionnaire results  55.30

Cousins, Rodney  21.10

Covent Garden basket  23.16; 25th anniv.7

Covey, Colleen, ‘Sardine Basket Class’  106.14

Coward, George  26.13

Cowley, Napper  84.23

Cowley, Thomas  50.6

Cox, Andy  108.25, 25

Coyac, Monsieur  106.26

Coyle, Ann  23.5; 27.3

crab pots

   Cornwall  77.8–9

   Guernsey  62.18, 19

cradle baskets

   The Basketmakers List  54.8

   by

      Goymer, Sally  100.front cover

      Kelly, Thomas  77.11

      Tapley, Meg  71.back cover

   caned  96.29, 29, 33; 25th anniv.44

   India  98.11–13, 11, 12, 13

   Nepal  108.36, 36

Craft Expo 1978, exhibition  7.18

craft fairs

   Festival Hall  27.7

   in the North  35.13–14

Crafts Council, Running a Workshop, reviewed  35.16–17

Crafts Promotion Service  8.10

craidhleag (crealagh)  28.9–10, 10; 91.9, 9

cramming  43.6‒7; 44.4‒6, 5; 45.14; 46.19; 25th anniv.5

Crampton brothers  83.12

   Albert  97.17; 25th anniv.16

   Charles  60.26; 73.27, 28; 97.17

Craven, Sue  76.24

Creative Crafts  85.22

creel back-pack  101.19, 19

creels (cliabh)  88.13

   Irish

      bionne bale  85.14–16, 14, 15, 16

      course  67.20

      description  35.front cover, 10

      donkey  56.5, 7–9; 63.35; 67.20; 106.12, 12

      flattening  91.7

   Scottish

      Arran  64.12, 12

      description  35.front cover, 10

      Lewis (illus)  103.37–8; 106.28–32

   see also fish/fishing baskets

Cresswell, Kim, work by  107.38, 38

cricket bats  82.14

Crisp, Jenny

   at Feckenham conference  67.25

   as pupil  46.18

   work by  78.19, 22; 106.back cover

crochet baskets  13.16–18, 17

crochet seating  81.24, 24

crocodile, living willow  90.29

Cronchy, Vicky Lee  48.5

Crondall (Hants), basketmaking and willow growing  100.42–7

Crook, Georgia, Basketmaking ‒ The Art of Craft series, reviewed  94.39

Crossley, Brian

   ‘Is Anyone Interested in Chair Seating?’  109.45–6

   ‘Bamboo Baskets’  81.10

   ‘Caned Furniture in Bangladesh’  92.35–7

   ‘Is the History of Rattan used in Caned Furniture as Simple as it Seems?’  99.30–1

   ‘Look alike Six Way Caning from Bangladesh’  88.36–8

   ‘Museums in Vienna containing Caned Furniture’  89.38–40

   ‘‘Riempe’ ‒ another type of seating’  95.45–6

   on 

      17th century caned seat  99.36, 36

      caning patterns  80.27

      caning queries  79.31

      caning and upholstery  88.35

      diamond backed chair  98.41–2

      finishing chair backs  98.42

      pricing  77.22–3; 80.26

      settee caning  86.31

      shallow curves  84.14–15

      willow story in The Garden  82.24

Crossover, exhibition  98.28–9, 28, 29; 100.48

crosswords  3.8–9; 4.5; 48.8–9; 49.27

crown footed basket  26.13, 13

cubbie  21.14

cucumber flats  87.39

Cuestas, Sara  68.24

culeiros  76.4

cultural diffusion  87.40–1; 88.43; 89.35–6

Cummings, Jane, book review by  105.33

Cunningham, John  31.14

cup and ball, open hexagonal weave  61.22–3, 22, 23; 62.9, 9

currach  106.18–21, 19, 20; 107.24

Curran, Jenny, on

   membership fees  107.51–2

   recaning a Bergère chair  97.21‒2, back cover 

cushions

   grass  75.34, 34

   rush  21.12

Cuss, Jeremy

   ‘Coping with a Deep Curve’  71.23–4

   ‘An Ornamental Firescreen’  65.20–1

   ‘The Restoration of Chair Frames’  110.56–7

   bursary  62.7

Cuxton (Kent), basketmaker  47.18

cycad leaves  90.32, 32

cyntelli  88.5–8, 6, 8

Cyprus, baskets  95.15

Czech Republic, Easter sticks  76.12–13, 12; 85.21

Daily Telegraph, cutting from  28.14

Dalby, Lee

   ‘Making Sense’  74.21

   ‘Trip to Japan, March 27th‒May 29th 2003’  111.24–30

   a brief history  101.8–11, 8, 9, 10, 11

   congratulations  70.7; 111.11

   course by  92.11 

   work by  63.front cover, 21, 21; 110.20

Dale, Pat, Basketry and Weaving with Natural Materials, reviewed  89.44

Daley, Carol  50.31

Dalhausen (Germany), museum  77.12, 12

Dane Valley Coppice Crafts Group  86.17–18; 88.27–8; 89.26–7; 91.24–6

Dare, Stan  31.13

Darling, Chloe

   ‘Swiss Baskets and Chairs’  103.36; 105.27

   work by  110.28–9, 29

Darwin, Tess, workshop by  90.28, 28

Daunt, Terry

   ‘Willow Growing and Basketmaking in Nene Park, Peterborough’  71.20–1

   work at Nene Park  86.10

Davey, Eileen  12.3

David, Gerard, painting by  111.30–5, 30

Davidson, Alaisdair, course by  67.18, 20

Davies, D J

   ‘A Lifelong Love Affair with Willow’  88.5–8

   demonstrations and workshops  45.8–9; 58.4; 61.6

   obituary  96.4–6

   video  88.40

   work by  78.2; 93.28, 29; 94.front cover

Davies, Pauline  88.35

Davis, Alexandra  18.4

Davis, Karen  57.10, 11

Davis, Kay  19.7

Dawe, Heather 

   ‘I wanted to go to India too’  110.42–5

   bursary  104.3

Dawe, Karin, ‘Mathematics and Decorative Art’  86.28–9

Dawson, James  29.9

Dawson, Stella  46.25

Day, Beryl

   ‘Willow Weekend’  18.14–15

   congratulations  15.10

   on willow growing  17.12–13 

Day, John

   ‘Are You a Stripper?’  49.9–12; 50.46–7

   ‘Ars Longa, Vita Brevis’  28.12–14 

   ‘The Black Polythene Debate’  53.9

   ‘Colour Variation in Brown Willow Rods: Some Interim Findings’  39.8–13

   ‘Soaking-up Tanks’  38.15–16

   bursary  36.4–5

   on cramming  44.6

   obituary  67.7

   reports on the City of London Craft Fair  54.23

   treasurer’s report

      1986  39.6

      1989  51.2–3

      1990  55.4

      1991  59.3

Daylesford Organic Farmshop (Glos)  109.37; 110.60

Deakin, Carol, ‘French Traditions’  93.19–20

Dean, Ankaret

   (ed) Another Best of the Basketry Express, reviewed  77.27

   ‘Basketry Focus ’95’  74.22–3; 76.22–3

   ‘Contemporary Basketmaking in Ontario’  27.14–15

   ‘More on the Buck Basket’  91.11–12

   ‘A Small Basket for Children to Make Using a Simple Beginning’  36.13–14

   ‘A Visit to the Brookfield Basketry Institute’  31.14–15

   BA links with  25th anniv.52

   collecting reeds  43.8

   on

      contemporary basketmaking  81.2

      dyeing reeds  74.37

      transfer basket  80.20

      woodworm  72.33 

Dean, Margaret

   in Italy  99.16

   reports from Oxfordshire  101.13–14; 102.34

Debenham (Suffolk), spring meeting  85.31

decoy baskets

   geese  55.7–8, 8

   partridge  103.47

deer, willow  98.37, 37; 99.28; 103.23, 23; 104.back cover

deer and fawn, willow  88.back cover

Dendy, Ann  28.6

Denman, Simon, work by  84.31; 86.25; 103.21, 23; 25th anniv.36

Denmark

   Big Willow Day  96.8‒12, 9, 11; 102.29‒31, 30, back cover

   chair seating  38.11; 76.20, 20

   splint baskets  80.6–10, 9, 10

Derham, Stan  106.8

Detmold (Germany), museum  77.12

Devil’s Claw  81.4

Devon

   splint baskets  58.16–17, 17

   stave baskets  109.33–4, 33, 34

Devon Group  71.12; 72.10; 73.4; 74.9; 75.9; 76.24; 77.16; 79.29; see also Basketmakers South 

   West

Dewbury Bros  48.4

Dickel, Philip  54.5, 6

Dingle, Christopher  84.3

disabled basketmaking  10.7–11; 17.5–8

ditching  27.12–13, 12, 13

Dittman, Alan, work by  72.31

Dixon, Charlie  50.48; see also Rogers, Fred, & Dixon, Charlie

Docherty, Daniel  107.14

dock basket, Port Stanley  54.25

Doctor’s basket  1.7

dog baskets

   Basketmakers List  53.24; 54.8

   Harrods catalogue  51.16

   by Hedges, Ann  88.25

   Poland  59.17, 17, 26

   Wales  102.18, 18

   in White House  38.26

   see also kennels

dog hamper  51.16

dog sculpture, willow  99.29

dogberry  95.42

dogwood  27.10; 60.26

doko  108.33–7, 33, 34, 35, 36

dome, living willow  72.12, 13

Donegal (Co Donegal), basketmaking  56.14

donkey baskets

   Chalford  88.12, 12

   Ireland  56.5, 7–9; 63.35; 67.20; 106.12, 12

   Jamaica  31.11, 12

   Portugal  50.24

   Pyrenees  108.42

   see also panniers

Donkey Sanctuary, willow beds  93.8

doodling  98.36–8, 36, 37

Dorothy, St  34.14

double lidded basket  90.front cover

dough baskets  59.16

doughnut seats  101.9, 9, 11

dove hamper, heart-shaped  106.23, 23

Doxilie, Patrick  72.16

Doyal, Sherry, ‘BA Spring Meeting York’  109.13–16

draecena draco leaves  37.10

dragons  57.9; 71.25; 87.22; 95.43

Dresden (USA), basket factory  82.8–11, 9

dress baskets  51.16

Drew, David

   course by  71.18

   craft council bursary  24.11  

   at Making Sense  74.17, 18, 19

   on cramming  46.19

   tea with  46.18–19

   work by  24.10; 78.19, 22

drop iron  17.16

drop-handle baskets  37.front cover, 6–9, 6, 7

Druids  103.16

drum basket  79.22–3, 22

Drury, Chris

   at Making Sense  74.19

   talk by  96.10

   work by  98.29

Drury, Jill  6.4, 6

Dryad Handicrafts  73.27–9; 76.28

Duc, Genevieve le

   ‘A La Français’  40.9–10

   ‘La Vannerie’  33.14–16

   ‘Willow Processing Time’  58.8–9

   bursaries  62.7; 68.4

   congratulations  23.5; 27.6; 55.4

   courses by  60.9; 67.22, 22

   on Guernsey basketry  62.18

   willow growing project  66.16–17   

duck baskets

   course making  79.28, 28

   instructions  41.15–17, 15

   at summer meeting  74.11

Duffee, Philip

   ‘I Haven’t Made a Fortune’  25th anniv.17‒20

   work by  25th anniv.18

Duggan, Nancy, ‘Boat Fender’  60.14

Dukes Meadow (Devon), willow growing  89.9–12, 11

dung baskets

   Barbados  72.17, 18

   cane  46.inside front cover

Dunham Massey (G Manchester), weekend course  73.7, 7

Dunning, Susan

   ‘Basketmaking in the Hebrides’  78.13–14

   reports from Gloucestershire  95.32–3

Dunsmore, Susi

   ‘Baskets in Nepal’  71.8–9

   Pira ‒ a Nepalese Seat Mat’  72.28–9

   visit to  18.12

   workshop  78.16–17

Dunwell, Jack

   ‘Personal Glimpses’  16.5–8

   memories of  25th anniv.15, 17

   on tight work  8.10

Dupont, Sylvian  47.4–5

Durham, Gill  102.11–12

Durman, Linda, ‘Joe Hogan’s Class at Porthleven’  106.11–12

Dutch foot  16.16

Dyer, Anne

   ‘American Basketry’  10.4–5

   ‘Baskets in Ceredigion Museum, Abersytwyth’  102.17–18

   ‘The Customer is Always Right!’  99.32–3

   ‘Helen Campbell’  102.19–20

   ‘Miss Mable Roffey the ‘Inventor’ of Hedgerow Basketry’  97.17–20

   ‘Profile of a Basketmaker ‒ Jenny Pearce’  111.36–8

   ‘Profile of a Basketmaker ‒ Myfanwy Baldwin’  108.19–20

   ‘Profile of Elizabeth Turner’  107.32

   ‘Profile of Ted Bruce’  97.38–9

   ‘A South African Wire Basket’  81.6–7

   congratulations  85.5

   on 

      bottomless baskets  67.35

      cane lace  74.37

      caning pattern  101.32–3

      chair query  78.30

      double plait finish on a chair  97.25

      Mabel Roffey  60.26

      soaking rush  73.30

      straw splitters  91.38

      wicker giants  104.51

Dyer-Moses, Mr  54.25

dyes

   cane  73.37–8; 74.37; 82.30; 84.10

   chin  68.29–30

   rush  25.7, 13

   willow  52.29

eagle, willow  87.28

Easter Sticks  76.12–13, 12; 85.21

Eastman, Tony

   ‘New Directions’  71.25

   work by  71.25; 80.16, 16

Eavis, Michael  107.38

Eccles, Arthur  66.24; 68.17

Edenbridge (Kent), basketmaking  47.19

Edge, Isobel

   bursary  91.5

   secretary’s report

      2001  99.5–7

      2002  103.7–10

      2003  107.4–7

      2004  111.8–10

Edge, Nina  74.19

Edwards, Irene, ‘Ten Makers and Maker Profiles Videos’  88.41

Edwards, Lyn

   ‘Inspired by Currachs’  107.24

   ‘The Yarner Trust’  92.17

   on making a yurt  80.17

eel baskets  91.15; 101.4

eel traps

   course  106.40

   gevelstenen  102.23, 23

   grigs  87.39; 88.13

   Ireland  56.10

   Japan  91.14–15, 16

   at Making Sense  74.17, 18

   Severn  34.8, 8, 9

egg, basketwork  12.4–5

egg baskets

   Appalachian  49.27; 110.31–2, 31

   Barnstaple  22.14; 69.17

   Ireland  67.18

   query  52.28

Egyptian baskets, ancient  6.8; 80.5

El Paso (USA), teaching in  24.7–8

elephants, willow  82.14; 87.17; 96.24

Ellens, Harm  107.33

Elliott, Frances  57.30; 59.3

Elliott, Lillian, obituary  70.36; 71.30

Ellis, Mr ‒  100.43, 45, 47

Ellis, Enid

   ‘John and his Technicolour Dream Basket’  50.30–1

   ‘Rush Seating’  28.6–8

   congratulates Barbara Maynard  26.4

   congratulations  23.5

   editorials by  32.20; 34.34; 35.23; 36.23; 37.23; 38.26; 39.14, 23; 40.26; 41.22; 42.18; 43.23

   on

      bursary fund  34.6

      City of London festival  34.5

      summer meeting  34.6

   reports on AGM

      1983  27.4–7

      1984  31.6–9

   see also Bamford, Joni, Butcher, Mary, & Ellis, Enid; Walpole, Lois, &, Ellis, Enid

Ellis, Karima, ‘Lanterns and Baskets’  103.39–41

Ellis, Louise, work by  76.17

elm

   Devon Splint baskets  58.16

   as hedgerow material  27.10; 60.26

   oyster tendle  32.7; 36.11–12

   sieves  47.17

   window seat frame  92.33–4

elm bark basketry  53.25, 26–7

Elton Barratt, Olivia  25th anniv.7

   ‘Alterations to the Chair Seating Diploma’  87.46

   ‘City of London Festival ‒ Reports’  42.3‒4; 50.back cover

   ‘Coiled Plaited Mat’  50.16–19

   ‘Goodbye and Thank You to the City Lit Courses’  110.14

   ‘Hands On!’  71.32–3

   ‘Introducing…’  62.4–5, 5

   ‘N V Qs – where are we now?’  74.14–15

   ‘Regional Baskets ‒ the Oyster Tendle’  32.7–10

   ‘Rush Basket’  42.9–10

   ‘Rush Kneelers’  14.14–15

   ‘From Teacher to Teacher’  90.57–60

   ‘Teaching and Learning’  25th anniv.50‒1

   ‘Travelling Tutors’  62.6

   ‘Travels with a Coracle’  82.20–1

   ‘Under the Flag’  14.5–6

   ‘The ‘Vale’ Border’  73.34–5; 74.26

   book reviews by  27.8; 77.27; 84.45

   at British Basket Show  30.7–8

   chairman’s letters  35.8; 44.1–2

   chairman’s report

      1986  39.4–5

      1987  43.4

      1988  47.2–3

      1989  51.1–2

      1990  55.2–3

      1991  59.1–2

      1992  63.2, 2

   congratulations  47.10

   coracle trip (illus)  107.25–29

   courses/demonstrations/workshops  15.4; 18.4; 29.6; 82.12; 86.9, 9

   in Italy  99.16

   obituaries by  56.22; 65.2; 67.7

   on 

      National Vocational Qualification  71.10; 74.14–15; 75.6; 81.5

      rush seating  28.6; 40.17; 77.23

   poem in appreciation of  110.14–15

   secretary’s report

      1981  20.7–9

      1982  23.11–12

      1983  27.5–6

      1984  31.7–8

      1985  35.5

   talk by  95.10

   video  81.25, 25

   work by

      coracles  50.23; 51.back cover; 81.8

      Michelin Man  93.33–5, 35

      rush chair  25th anniv.57

      rush hat  70.front cover 

   and Worshipful Company  25th anniv.29, 30

   see also Johnson, Kay, Elton Barratt, Olivia, & Butcher, Mary

Emery, Margaret  13.3

Emsdetten (Germany), museum  77.12

The Enchanted Garden, exhibition  98.front cover, 19–22, 19, 20, 21

Enfield, Shiona

   ‘An Inspirational Teacher’  107.31

   bursary  67.8

   course by  99.9–11

   on setting up a local group  67.13

   reports from Surrey  71.4

Entwhistle, Trudi, work by  83.9

Erni, Christina  50.20

esparto grass  50.24; 75.34, 34; 96.7, 7

essential oils  76.22

eucalyptus bark basketry  98.28; 110.34, 35

Eunson, Reynold  68.16

Evans, Benjamin  34.10–12

Evans, David

   ‘Video of the Worshipful Company of Basketmakers’  104.9

   coracle trip  107.26

Evans, Glenys  12.3

Everard, Allan

   ‘The Occupation cum Obsession of a Retired Chiropodist who had found a Fulfilling Pastime

      to Combat the Approach of Senility’  25th anniv.31

   on Caesar chair  89.38

Everitt, Leonora  19.7

Evison, Lynne  38.4–5

Excell, John

   ‘A Few Notes on Rush’  75.22

   book review by  97.31

   congratulations  70.7; 90.53, 54

   courses by  79.32; 87.12, 28

   on 

      chair caning prices  46.11

      recaning chairs  71.22

      staining cane  25.12

   work by  64.10

   and Worshipful Company  75.7; 25th anniv.29, 30

Exeter (Devon), Maritime Museum  7.7

exhibitions

   Basketmaking ‒ Past, Present and Future  58.3

   Basketry Carte Blanche  108.27‒30, 27, 29, 30, 31‒2, back cover

   Basketry Today  103.26–7, 26, 27

   Baskets  33.7

   Baskets and Other Woven Forms  45.21

   The Best of British Basketmaking  70.6, 6; 25th anniv.25‒6

   Beyond the Bounds  76.17; 78.front cover, 19, 20‒22; 25th anniv.27

   Brilliant Baskets  55.18; 25th anniv.27

   British Basket Show  30.6‒10, 12; 25th anniv.25

   Contained Spaces (illus)  110.21–6

   Contemporary International Basketmaking  89.32‒3, 32, 33; 90.52, 56; 91.29‒38; 25th

      anniv.27‒8

   Craft Expo (1978)  7.18

   Craft Materials Fair  75.2

   Crossover  98.28–9, 28, 29; 100.48

   The Enchanted Garden  98.front cover, 19–22, 19, 20, 21

   A Festive Table  24.10     

   The Language of Native American Baskets from the Weavers’ View  109.22

   in Latvia  75.18–19 

   Leather Vessels  109.23–5, 23, 24, 25

   Livery Companies Exhibition  71.11

   Loop the Loop  94.40

   Making Weaves  87.34‒5, 34, 35; 88.33‒4; 25th anniv.28

   National Exhibition of Basketry and Chair Seating  78.2–3, 2, 3

   New Forms in Willow  58.6

   in Peterborough  29.14

   at Reading Museum  5.12; 50.front cover; 25th anniv.24

   a reflection  25th anniv.25‒8

   Rural Crafts in Japan  101.front cover, 4‒7, 4, 6, 7

   Rush  110.19–20

   at St Margaret Pattens  19.5; 105.6‒7; 25th anniv.24‒5

   at Selfridges  23.7, 9

   Strands  104.22–3

   Textures ‒ Baskets from Many Cultures  26.10

   at Thursley Gallery  35.16

   Transformations  95.17–22, 20–1

   La Vannerie en Gaule Romaine  90.16–17, 16, 17

   Weaving Willow  69.13; 25th anniv.26‒7

   Working with Willows  61.4

   Las Xerras de Ulla  104.43–5, 43

   see also City & Guilds Basketry Course, exhibitions

Exton, Eddy, ‘Irim Fish ‒ Trentside Basketmaker’  73.18–19

Faith, Adam  108.23

Falkland Islands, dock basket  54.25

false bottoms  16.16

Fancote, Lesley, ‘Fisherman’s Baskets’  87.41

fans  76.3, 4; 83.6; see also winnowing fans/baskets

Farey, Lizzie

   ‘The Scottish Summer School’  67.18–19

   bursary  62.7

   congratulations  111.11

   reports from Scotland  73.5; 90.28–9; 91.24; 92.25–6; 93.29–30; 94.16; 95.33; 97.42; 99.27

   work by  87.34; 105.back cover; 110.20

Farrall, Terry  77.20–1; 82.26

Farre, Joan  84.7, 7

fascine  4.17

Faulkner, Peter & Vivienne  107.28

Faure, Norbert  100.22, 23–4

Fayl Billot (France)

   basket from  105.13–14, 13, 14

   Goymer, Sally, at  39.6; 40.18; 41.7–9

   Heseltine, Alistair, at  13.4, 5; 15.3; 16.15; 21.6–9

   poem about  42.8–12

   trip to  98.16–18, 17

Fears, Denise Scott

   ‘A Net Full of Baskets’  77.9

   ‘Surfing the Net’  79.7

   ‘Surfing the Net II’  80.28

   book reviews by  82.34

   editorials by  76.1; 77.1; 78.1; 79.1; 80.1; 81.1; 82.1

   on

      being a beginner  77.25

      setting up a local group  75.10

Feckenham (Worcs), conference 1993  67.24–5, 28

Feijoo, Carlos Rodriguez  104.44

Felton, Peter, on Tony Carter  73.14

Fen Ditton (Cambs), willow growing  17.12

fencing, willow  56.13

ferret basket  103.47

A Festive Table, exhibition  24.10

fictional baskets  55.26; 108.14–16

Fidder, Martine, parents of  81.18

Fielding, Arthur  65.16–17

fighting sticks  95.25, 25; 96.22

figure on seat, willow  103.21; 25th anniv.36

Fik, Walter  59.18, 18

Filmer, Richard

   ‘Jesus, a Basket Maker in Basque Country’  44.7–9

   request for information  50.50; 51.8

Filmer-Pascoe, Ann  106.21

filter, bamboo  90.20; see also strum

Finch, Margaret  73.36

Finch, Paul, work by  84.4, 6, 6; 87.45

finials, willow  88.4, 4; see also rick finials

Finland

   bilberry basket  50.40–1, 40, 41–2

   birch bark basketry  92.18–19, 18, 19

   The Enchanted Garden exhibition  98.front cover, 19–22, 19, 20, 21

   Willow 2000 Symposium  95.12–14

Finny (Ireland), conference  71.18–19, 19

fire precaution  18.8

firescreen  65.20–1, 21

Fish, Irim  73.18–19

fish heads  64.11

fish sculptures

   living willow  72.12, 13

   mixed media  76.front cover

   plaited  68.34, 35

   rush  98.20, 20

   willow  85.24; 98.back cover; 103.21, 22

fish traps

   Bangladesh  81.10, 10

   Colombia  74.25

   Corsica  51.14, 14

   England (illus)  64.13–15; 87.39; 88.13–14

   Galicia  76.4

   Ireland  56.9

   Japan  101.front cover

   Malta  92.28

   Poland  59.24, 24

   see also crab pots; eel traps; lobster pots; weirs

fish/fishing baskets

   Brittany  51.21

   China  104.40

   England

      by Goymer, Sally  63.back cover; 96.front cover; 107.11, 12

      split cane  95.25

      street cries  55.27, 35

      willow tie  55.14, 14

   France  60.13, 13

   Ireland  56.9–10; 67.18

   Japan  101.6, 6

   Netherlands  76.14

   Portugal  50.24; 67.38

   Scotland  100.20

   Wales  45.25; 93.47

   see also eel baskets; eel traps; fish traps; herring crans; octopus baskets; sardine baskets; 

      shellfish baskets

Fisher, Jenny  2.8; 4.3

fishing hut  86.back cover

fishing shan  66.30, 30

Fitch, Barbara

   ‘Beetles and Pests of the Willow’  58.23

   Decorative Straw Craft, reviewed  87.42–3

   ‘Swiss Straw Lace’  46.22–3

   bursary  91.5

   at Fayl Billot  98.16

fitching  91.43; 99.23–5

Fittleworth (Sussex), courses  29.6; 33.3; 38.6–7

Fitzgerald, Alison

   ‘Alison Fitzgerald, Willow Basketmaker’  56.6

   ‘Basketmaking on the Shores of Lough Neagh’  56.15–16

   ‘Mr Cartmill of Derryhale, Nr Portadown’  56.11

   ‘A Ciseog’  40.6–9

   ‘More about the Wicker Huts of Glenarm..’  44.3

   ‘When is a Ciseog not a Ciseog … when it’s a Sciathog!’  41.13–14

   courses by  71.18; 106.37–8, 37, 38; 110.41–2

   on

      cramming  44.5

      reverse French randing  85.14–15

   work by  56.5

Fitzgerald, Christine  62.7; 63.4

Fitzrandolph & Hay, The Rural Industries of England and Wales ‒ Osier Growing and Basketry,

   reviewed  7.7

flag irises  101.37; 109.37–8

Flaherty, Chris, ‘Letter from New Zealand’  50.14–15

fleece basket see mudag

Flemish basketry  111.30–5, 30, 31, 32, 33

Fletcher, Benjamin  73.27

Fletcher, Julie  51.30

Flint-Shipman, Gerald

   ‘The Worshipful Company of Basketmakers and the Basketmakers’ Association’, 25th

      anniv.29‒30

   ‘A Zulu Beer Basket’  68.11

   at AGM  67.4

   on Best of British Basketmaking competition  70.6–7

Flockhart, Carola

   congratulations  51.30

   work by  57.17, 17

flower arranging  87.31–3

flower baskets

   England

      largest  31.13, 13

      Munstead  41.front cover, 2; 42.5

      street sellers  55.27, 35

      with walking stick  42.5, 5

   Jamaica  31.11

   Japan  90.20

   see also primrose basket

Fly Agaric Mushroom sculpture  82.16, 16

fly pupae collecting basket  105.24–5, 24, 25

fondoires  62.18

Fontales, Carlos  106.9–10, 9, 10; 108.41

food cover  54.22

Ford, Andrew, obituary by  80.13

Foreman, Madeleine, poem by  25th anniv.47

Forest Chapel (Ches), rushbearing  29.9

Formstone, John, work by  70.46

Fotheringham, Billy  25th anniv.45

Fouesnant (France), basketmaking  51.20

Fowler, Betty  17.14–15

Fox, Gemma  68.19

frame baskets

   Brittany  106.26–7, 27

   courses  53.3

      Cardiff  61.6

      Llandiloes  106.37–8, 37, 38; 110.41–2

      Loch na Fooey  61.7–8, 7

      Porthleven  106.13, 13

      Stirling  67.18, 19

      Woodrow  87.12, 14

   Galicia  76.3

   Germany, school project  104.36–7, 36

   hazel, query  80.16, 16

   Ireland  56.5, 9, 16

   Latvia  59.6; 100.12

   Poland  59.27, 31

   Pyrenees  108.42, 42

   rush  100.39

   Scotland  67.18, 19

   Slovenia  88.16

   Wales

      demonstrations  58.4; 79.10–11, 10; 93.29

      description  45.7

      maker of  46.back cover

      memories of D J Davies  88.5‒8, 6, 8; 94.front cover

      shopper  45.8–9, 8, 9

      wintell  76.21, 21

   see also ciseog; oyster tendle; rib baskets; sciathog; swills; whiskets

France

   basketmaking at Biot  90.47–9, 48

   basketmaking at La Clayette  93.19–20

   basketmaking vocabulary  33.14–16; 40.9–10, 10

   bouyricoun  100.21‒5, 21; 104.front cover; 107.15–17, 16

   bread baskets  55.24, 24

   cane seating pattern  101.32–3, 32

   fishing creel  60.13, 13

   giants  50.44–5, 45; 103.16

   grape harvesting baskets  58.front cover, 20‒1, back cover; 91.36

   handle attachment from Cantal  111.back cover

   hen baskets  80.18, 18

   large baskets  55.25, 25; 76.22, 22

   manne  105.13–14, 13, 14

   shopping basket from Cantal  107.37–8, 37

   skeined willow work  93.11, 11

   upsetting  85.12, 12

   willow basketmaking, survey by Alistair Heseltine  13.4–6

   winnowing fans/baskets  58.20; 61.front cover, 12–14, 14; 96.24; 109.9

   see also Basque country; Brittany; Corsica; Fayl Billot; randing, reverse French; 

      Vallabrègues; Villaines-les-Rochers

Francis, Charles

   ‘Another Name for a Basket’  35.19

   ‘Frank’s Arts and Crafts’  43.14

Franco family  68.24

   Blanca  68.30–1, 31

Franks, Michael Morris  5.6

Fraser, Tricia

   ‘Basketry Today. A New World of Methods and Materials’  103.26–7

   ‘The Making of a Giant Living Willow Basket’  97.14–16

   congratulations  110.6

freehand shaping  80.22–3

Freeman, Amos  83.21–2

Freeman, Chester D Jr, interviews John McGuire  49.3–7

Freeman, Garth, ‘Granddad Freeman Master Basketmaker’  83.21–3

Freeman, Walter  83.21–3

Freitas, John  62.11

frog sculpture, willow  99.29

Frost, Michael  32.7; 36.11

Frost, Rachel  106.40–1

Frost, Stuart, work by  82.front cover, 27–8, 27

fruit bowls, instructions for (illus)  75.27–32

fruit picking baskets

   England  82.15, 15

   France  51.21, 23

   Portugal  50.24

   see also apple picking baskets; apricot picking basket; bilberry baskets; gooseberry basket; 

      grape harvesting baskets; plum basket; punnets; raspberry baskets; strawberry baskets

Fuchs, Doug  31.14

Fuller, Steve

   ‘Baskets in Slovenia’  88.15–18

   ‘Cumberland Swills’  85.39–41

   ‘Feed Back on Easter Sticks’  85.21

   ‘Holker Garden Festival’  90.49–51

   ‘Nice Baskets’  90.47–9

   ‘Society for Ecological Restoration 2000 Liverpool’  95.42–3

   ‘Willow Pool Baskets’  68.18–19, 19

   ‘Willow Pool Baskets ‒ an Update’  72.14

   work by  85.back cover

   see also Seigan, Simone, & Fuller, Steve

Furlong, Nancy

   ‘Combined Tool Box and Work Board’  21.15

   ‘No More Sore Fingers’  13.6

   ‘Portrait of a Master Basketmaker’  15.6–10

   ‘Some Comments on a Leaflet Entitled ‘Baskets into Battle’’  7.9

   ‘A Visit to Somerset’  2.4–7 

   BA memories  25th anniv.6, 9‒12

   congratulations  6.4; 7.4

   on

      plaiting  40.19–20

      St Dorothy  34.14

      sunshade  80.20

   secretary’s report 1979  12.12–15

gabions  67.32–3

Gabriel, Sue

   ‘A Frame Shopper from Wales’  45.8–9

   ‘Summer Meeting 20/21 June 1992’  62.10‒11

   bursaries  31.9; 34.6; 36.4

   on cramming  45.14

Gabriel, Sue, & Goymer, Sally, The Complete Book of Basketry Techniques, reviewed  57.28; 

   58.31; 88.19

Gage, Jean

   ‘The Willow Gardens’  52.14–15

   at New Berlin  52.41

Gale, Bonnie

   ‘American Willow Growers Network’  52.6

   ‘The Pros and Cons of Black Plastic in Willow Culture’  52.9–10

   ‘The Spacing of Cultivated Basket Willows’  52.7–9

   BA links with  25th anniv.52‒3

   at New Berlin  52.41

   workshops with  52.41; 64.7; 79.8–9

Gale, Jeffrey

   ‘A Bit of my Ash Splint Basketmaking’  52.2–6

   work by  52.front cover

Galicia, basketry

   basketmaking festival/exhibition  104.41–5, 41, 42, 43

   basketry traditions  76.2–4, 2, 3

   shepherd’s cape  106.9–10, 9

   talk  83.6, 7

Gallagher, Sarah  87.15

Gallery (illus)  72.30–1; 73.14‒15; 85.24–5; 86.24–5; 88.30–1; 89.28–9; 95.36–7; 96.24

Gallic Wars  3.9

Galloway, John

   ‘Is Cramming Really Necessary?’  44.4–5

   Contemporary Basketry Group  48.15

   courses by  45.19; 58.3; 80.32

   work by  47.1; 49.25; 78.2

Galvin, Carlyn  23.5, 15; 27.6

garbus  59.23, 23

Garcia, Manuel Gamallo  104.44

Garcia, Mercedes  84.3

garden house, willow  85.7–9, 7, 8, 9

garden seat  50.11

garden supports  82.28

Gardiner, Janet  110.6

Garland, William  15.6‒10; 25th anniv.10

Garland family  15.6–7

Garrett, John  74.22

Gaskins, Don, ‘Dukes Mill Willow Platt’  89.9–12

Gaudion, Max  62.19

Gaze, Margaret  2.8

Geers, Philip

   ‘The Growing of Basket Willows’  13.13

   ‘Rush Gathering’  25th anniv.47‒8

   death announcement and obituary  104.21; 105.18, 18

   on

      draw-plate  32.14

      largest flower basket  31.13, 13

      staining cane  25.12

Gent, Christine  109.21

Gentilhomme, Odile  98.16, 18, 18

Germany, basketry

   back baskets  75.17; 109.35–6, 35

   Bavaria  62.14–16, 16; 65.22–6

   brides basket techniques  83.31

   caned chairs  83.10, 10

   gift shop giant basket  80.20, 20

   hooded chairs  78.8

   museums  65.23–4, 23; 75.17, 17; 77.12, 12

   schools  58.25–7, 27; 65.24

   shapers  51.13, 13

   skeined willow  93.11–13, 12

   smallest basket  51.12, 12

   Steiner school  104.36–7, 36

   traditional willow  73.front cover

   by Witzgal  111.front cover, 23–4, 23

gevelstenen  102.21–3, 21, 22, 23

Ghiglione, Rene  90.48–9

giants, basketry

   England  102.8–10, 9, 10

   North France/Belgium  50.44–5, 45

   wicker man  102.11–12, 11; 103.16–17; 104.51

Gill, Ann

   ‘Adventures with Wini Solomon, Maori Basketmaker’  105.19–20

   bursaries  27.5; 32.6; 47.10

   course subsidy scheme  70.4

   at Woodrow  67.23

   workshop by  49.26

Gillam, Mr  43.22

Gillanders, Deb

   ‘Basketmaking with New Zealand Flax’  105.21

   ‘New Zealand Flax at Kew’  108.17–19

   workshop with (illus)  110.36–41

Gillian, Jed & Jeltje  85.23

Gillott, Rae

   congratulations  51.30

   coracle trip  107.26

   on

      lottery funding  84.27

      subscriptions  82.25

   treasurer’s report 

      1992  63.3

      1993  67.4

      1994  71.7

      1995  75.6

      1996  79.4

      1997  83.4

   video making  81.25

   at Woodrow  71.15

   work by  25th anniv.23

   and Worshipful Company  25th anniv.29

Gilmour, Joanna

   ‘Alexander, Stone and Bobart’  110.47–8

   ‘Art in Public Places’  78.27

   ‘Bajan Basketmaking ‒ Some Holiday Notes’  72.16–19

   ‘Banded Paper Cords aka Somband’  93.39–40

   ‘Disclosing the Membership List to other Organisations’  90.31

   ‘Easter Sticks’  76.12–13

   ‘Interesting Observations’  85.12

   ‘Lottery funding for the BA’  82.19; 84.27; 85.22

   ‘Mary Butcher ‒ Basketry Carte Blanche’  108.27–32

   ‘Not Just Packaging ‒ the all important container’  92.31

   ‘Rural Crafts in Japan’  101.4‒7

   book review by  96.34–35

   bursary  68.4

   demonstration by  75.2

   on 

      contemporary basketmaking  80.3–4

      New Zealand flax  105.21

      teaching  77.20; 78.15

   reports from Oxford  71.4; 72.8; 73.4; 74.8; 83.15; 84.28; 85.26‒7; 86.19‒21; 87.37‒8; 

      89.24‒5; 90.25; 91.22; 92.front cover, 22–3; 94.18–19; 95.34; 96.26–7; 97.43–4; 98.32; 

      99.48; 103.34

   work by  78.2, 19, 20; 85.24, 25; 110.20

giraffes, willow  82.14; 96.24

gizzard baskets  52.28

Glanville, Graham

   bursary  66.6

   congratulations  90.54

   courses by  71.13–14; 87.12, 28

   residency at Ardess House  74.10

   work by  86.36; 87.35

Glastonbury (Som), sculpture  107.38, 38

Glenarm (Co Antrim), roundhouse  42.6–7; 44.3

Glenn, Alf, obituary  57.25

Glinski, Witold  106.17

Glossop (Derbys), rushbearing  29.9

Gloucestershire Group  84.28–9; 88.23; 95.32–3

goats

   straw  61.16

   willow  96.11, 11

Gold, Terry  9.4; 67.35

Golden, Wendy

   ‘Fête de la Vannerie at Vallabrègues’  95.29–30

   Bath chair found by  105.23

   visit by Sheila Wynter  85.23

   work by  95.31

Golden Hands Craft Encyclopaedia, Basketry for Everyone, reviewed  1.5

golfer, willow  86.25; 103.21, 22

golpelhas  50.24

Goodwin, Lewis Herbert, obituary  75.40

Goodwin, Robert  82.14–15

gooseberry basket  59.29

Gordon, Joleen

   Basketry Focus  76.23

   ‘Basketry in NS’  36.6, 16

   congratulations  63.4

   on mudag  104.50

Gordon, Jonathon  70.back cover

gout stool  106.33, 33

Gouveia (Portugal), basketmaking  67.36

Gove, Joyce, ‘A Weekend at Kenfield Hall in Kent’  14.6–7

Gower, Mary  70.4

Goymer, Sally

   ‘The Basket-Work in Villaines-Le-Rochers’  55.22–4

   ‘Can Anyone Help?’  106.23

   ‘A Chair Caning Contraption’  54.17–18

   ‘Cultural Diffusion or how Basket Techniques Travel the World’  89.35–6

   ‘The Devon Splint Basket’  58.16–17

   ‘École Nationale de l’Osierculture et de Vannerie’  41.7–9

   ‘Fête de la Vannerie at Vallabrègues’  87.22–3

   ‘Grading System for Basketmakers?’  106.47–9; 107.15

   ‘Latvia’  59.5–7

   ‘Latvia 2001’  100.10–14

   ‘Lee Dalby ‒ A Brief History’  101.8–11

   ‘Lichtenfels 2003’  111.20–3

   ‘More Splint Baskets’  82.8–11

   ‘Moulds’  63.12–13

   ‘Polish Basketmaking in Norfolk’  67.26–8

   ‘Putchers’  64.13–15

   ‘The Queen’s Basket’  75.12

   ‘Trade Fair in Oman’  49.13–15

   ‘Traditional Values’  25th anniv.34‒5

   ‘V Fira del Cistell’  104.41–2

   ‘A Visit to America’  66.front cover, 18–23

   bursaries  43.4; 58.30; 70.4; 86.11; 106.21

   congratulations  13.3; 90.53, 54

   courses by  69.11; 79.32; 83.33; 92.22, 23

   international links  25th anniv.53‒4

   obituary by  109.41

   on

      BA newsletter  102.32

      contemporary basketmaking  81.2

      cramming  45.14

      GPO basket  51.12

      hen baskets  80.18

      interesting baskets  80.19

      pricing cane seating  80.26–7

      subscriptions  109.48

      visit to Switzerland  83.13; 84.12–13; 87.11–12, 11

      woodworm  72.32

   poem by  42.8–12; 44.16

   sponsorship  39.6; 40.18

   talks by  58.4; 95.9 

   work by

      Bonhomme de Fougerolles  85.front cover

      bread basket  68.back cover

      crib  100.front cover

      finials  85.25; 88.4, 4

      fishing creels  96.front cover; 107.11, 12

      laundry baskets  25th anniv.34

      Rush exhibition  110.19

      square work  86.24

      in Switzerland  87.11

      test tube baskets  89.35, 36

   and Worshipful Company of Basketmakers  70.7; 75.7

   see also Gabriel, Sue, & Goymer, Sally

Grace, Betty, ‘Les Globe Trotters de la Vannerie ne pouvaient que faire etape à Fayl Billot’  

   98.16–18

Graham, Raymond  51.17–19

Grainger, Stuart E, Knotted Fabrics, reviewed  82.34

grants  76.30

grape harvesting baskets

   France  58.front cover, 20‒1, back cover; 91.36

   Galicia  76.4

   Portugal  67.38

Grasmere (Cumbria), rushbearing  29.8–9

grass see bear grass; bent grass, esparto grass; grass basketry; marram grass; seagrass; straw 

   basketry; sweetgrass

grass basketry

   Alaska  47.9–10

   America  27.14–15, 15; 52.13; 85.20

   Anglesey  45.9, 10–11

   Chile  90.41

   Colombia  79.14, 15

   Portugal  50.24–5

   Scotland  94.31–5, 31, 35

   Tunisia  96.7, 7

   see also straw basketry

Grau, Luis

   BA links with  25th anniv.54

   bursary  108.9

   course by  103.46

   at Porthleven  106.17

   work by  74.47; 103.47, 60

   workshop  89.15–16, 16

Graves, Bernard  87.40–1

Gray, Grace

   ‘A Basketfree Zone?’  92.28–30

   ‘Catalan Basketmakers ‒ Associacio Catalana de Cistellaires’  108.16

   ‘More Thoughts on Rush Seating’  74.35

   ‘Review of Rush Exhibition’  110.19–20

   ‘Visit to Villaines Les Rochers’  86.7–8

   book review by  97.34

   bursary  74.6

   congratulations  87.10

   at Fayl Billot  98.16, 17

   obituary by  98.18

   workshop by  90.25, 25

Grayburn, Wendy

   ‘Craft Fairs’  35.13–14

   ‘The Wig Stand’  73.10–11

   on

      basketry motorbike  93.38

      chair puzzle  78.30, 30; 80.27

      Indian chaise longue  69.28; 71.22

grease horn  18.10, 11

Greater London Horse Show  15.5

Green, Jill, on an interesting parcel  108.48, 48

Greenhalgh, Philip

   ‘Basket Maker and Priest’  84.32

   bursaries  60.3; 66.6

   demonstration by  90.49

   work by  85.41, 41

Greenhow, Susan, ‘Summer Gathering’  110.16–18

greenwood chairs  110.27, 28

Greenwood Trust  71.35

Gregory, B & G  78.4

Gregson, Caroline

   bursary  106.21

   congratulations  110.5

   profile  110.45–6

Gressenhall (Norfolk), courses  67.26–8; 71.16–17

griffin’s head, willow  70.6, 6

grigs  87.39; 88.13

Grimma (Germany), museum collection  75.17, 17

Grinsberg, Aigars, work by  100.12, 12

grizzly bear basket  21.14

Guarda (Switz), basketmaking  103.36; 105.27

Guernsey, basketry  62.18, 19

Guest, Joan, obituary  55.19

Guillot, Marie-Chantal  55.22

guinea pig basket  55.4

Guyasse (France), giants  50.44

Gwiazda, Marion

   ‘Willow Fruit Bowls’  75.27–32

   BA links with  25th anniv.54

   courses by

      Ashford  111.16–20, 16, 18, 19

      Gressenhall  67.26, 26, 27; 71.16–17, 16

      Vissinggaard  96.8

      Woodrow  83.33

   on visit from British basketmakers  75.14

   work by  96.9

gwyntell  45.7; 46.back cover; 79.10–11, 10

Hackett, Sheila

   ‘The Cliabh’  35.front cover, 10

   ‘Mark of Office’  21.12

   ‘Scottish Wool Baskets’  28.9–10

   congratulations  19.7

   illustration by  35.front cover

Hadzi-Vasileva, Elphida, work by  98.29

Halabuda, Chris  45.4

Hall, Gillian, ‘Bookwise’  55.26

Hall, Susan  16.15

hammocks  96.25; 101.20

hampers

   advice on making  7.13; 38.7–8, 9

   Jamaica  31.11, 12, 12

   see also dog hamper; dove hamper; laundry hampers; post office hamper; provision hamper;

      rabbit hampers; theatrical hamper; transit hamper; wine hamper

Hampton Court Flower Show, python  111.36

handbags

   eucalyptus bark  110.34, 35

   Nantucket lightship  26.8–9, 9

handles

   cane  11.14

   twisted rope  43.11, 12

   twisted willow  15.16

Handy, Sue  111.40

Hanley, Pamela  2.8

Harang, Beverley  52.41

harbour signal balls

   description and use  90.11–12, 12; 93.7

   examples  55.37, back cover

   making  44.12, 12

   query  89.8, 8

Hardcastle, Beth

   ‘About Woodrow 1987’  43.16

   ‘Apple Day ‒ October 1994’  72.11

   ‘Bioengineering, Biomass, Basketry Conference at Feckenham, Worcs, 9‒12th September 

      1993’  67.24‒5

   ‘Propagation of Basket Willows’  63.15–18

   ‘Spring Weekend at Wantage March 12/13’  69.9

   ‘Teaching Seminar’  43.16

   ‘Woodrow ’92’  63.8

   course reports by  49.26; 61.6; 64.7; 65.9

   message from  79.11

   obituary by  65.8

   on changes at Charlton  85.22

Harding, Stella

   congratulations  107.14

   work by  106.25

Harding, Thelma  17.12

Hardy, Valerie  6.4

Harker, Anne  17.14

Harris, Nancy, ‘A Very Unusual Basket’  3.9

Harris, Stephen, J, book review by  35.16–17

Harris, Trudy, obituary by  55.19

Harrison, George  103.21

Harrod’s catalogue  36.7, 8; 51.16

Hart, Carol  14.7–8

Hart-Davies, Christina, ‘A Cheerful Shopping Basket’  98.24–5

Hartington (Derbys), spring course  65.9

Hartley, Dorothy, Water in England  50.28–9

Hartley, Judy, ‘A Two Day Course of Basket Making in the Polish Tradition’  71.16–17

harvest knot, rush  56.20

Harvey, Audrey  1.5; 2.8

Haslett, Brian

   ‘Armagh Rhymers’  64.26

   ‘Basketmaking in Joyce Country ‒ Joe Hogan’s Spring Course’  65.10–11

   ‘Joe Hogan’s Basketwork Course (March 92)’  61.7‒8

   ‘Tom Quinlan ‒ Basketmaker’  68.14–15

Hasselrot, Jonas

   ‘Bowstring Baskets’  100.32–3

   Korgar ‒ tradition och teknik, reviewed  86.38

   ‘More about Bottomless Baskets’  67.32–3

   ‘Rib Baskets in Sweden’  86.12–15

   ‘Swedish Basketmakers in England 100 Years Ago’  88.34‒5

   BA links with  25th anniv.54

   book review by  98.43–4

   on spherical baskets  90.12–13

hat moulds  82.29

hat stand  74.48

hats

   bamboo, Taiwan  66.31

   birch bark, Finland  92.19, 19

   chestnut and cane, by Susan O’Toole  72.30

   cycad leaves, Kew  90.32, 32

   esparto, Portugal  50.25

   palm leaf, Colombian sombrero  79.13–17, 13, 14, 15, 16, 17

   rush

      Latvia  100.11, 11

      moulds  82.29

      Oxford course  90.25, 25

      summer meeting course  70.front cover, back cover

      by Wynter, Shelia  25th anniv.16

   straw, England  7.16–18; 67.30–1, 31

   sun shade, Finland  98.19

   material not known, Philippines pocket hats  77.19, 19

Hawes (Yorks), ropemaking  48.16

Hawkes, Iris

   ‘The 1997 Summer Meeting’  82.31

   ‘The Art Workers Guild No.6 Queen Square, London WC1’  83.26–7

   ‘BA Summer Meeting and Porthleven Basketmaking Extravaganza’  106.6–8

   ‘A Basket made of Straw’  62.19

   ‘Basket Names’  87.39; 88.13–14

   ‘Brilliant Baskets’  55.18

   ‘Chelsea Crafts Fair’  80.15

   A Cradle of Willow a Nativity Play by Dorothy Wright’  83.11

   ‘The Festival of Rushbearing’  29.8–9

   ‘Harrod’s Stores’  36.7–8

   ‘Hedgerow ‒ a Twiggy Apology for Real Basketry?’  42.12

   Loop the Loop, Exhibition at the Grace Barrand Design Gallery, Nutfield, near Redhill, 

      Surrey’  94.40

   ‘Master Class at the Old Rectory, Fittleworth 25/27 April’  38.6–7

   ‘Much Cowarne School of Straw Crafts’  43.15–16

   ‘The Red Cross Market at the Guildhall in the City of London’  83.18

   ‘Ropemaking: the Yorkshire Dales’  48.16

   ‘Rush Bearing’  25.3

   ‘Selling Your Crafts’  80.11

   ‘Sieves and Tambourines’  47.17

   ‘Straw Work at Luton Museum, Wardown Park, Luton’  55.20–1

   ‘Tail Piece’  25th anniv.69‒70

   ‘Woodrow ‒ March ’83’  26.4

   book reviews by  77.27; 82.34, 35; 90.56; 110.58–9

   bursary  110.11

   on

      cane bust  62.27

      Cockley Cley  58.11

      Dail Behennah’s stainless steel balls  83.8

      Munstead basket  41.2

      olive basket  76.21  

   at Woodrow  79.12   

Hawkins, Alwyne

   ‘Basketmaking for the Disabled’  18.5–8

   ‘Basketmaking for the Disabled ‒ Problems and Frustrations’  17.5–8

   ‘Inspiration for the Disabled’  10.7–11

   inspires Judith Olney  52.22

   obituary  77.2

Hawksford, Rosemary  48.24

hayricks  83.27

hazel, as hedgerow material  27.10; 60.26

hazel basketry

   bilberry basket  99.17–22, 17

   bowstring baskets  100.32–3, 32, 33

   Galicia  76.3

   Pyrenees  108.41–4, 42, 43

   Wales  76.21, 21; 79.10–11

Heaps, Frances  37.5

heart-shaped baskets, border  106.23

Heath, Frank  93.36, 37

Heath, Inez  86.11

Heatlie, Armorel

   ‘Art in Action’  19.6

   ‘Working with Rushes’  19.14–16

   congratulations  19.7; 23.6; 27.3

   on rush seating  28.6   

Hebden Bridge (Yorks)  49.26

Hector, Cuthbert R  69.14

Hector, Nigel

   ‘News from the Willow Beds’  30.14–15

   ‘News from the Willow Beds Part II’  31.10

   in Farmers Weekly  13.13

   hosts summer meeting 1983  26.5

Hector, Reg

   reports on 1992  64.8

   on willow growing  69.14–15, 14

Hector, Roy  5.16

hedgerow baskets

   Brittany  19.4

   Canterbury classes by Mabel Roffey  60.25–6, 25

   ‘inventor’ of  97.17–20

   materials  6.11–13; 24.9–10; 27.9–11; 32.11–13; 60.26

   workshops  20.15–16; 42.12; 63.9

Hedges, Ann  88.25

Heeley, Ann  107.30; 108.21–2

Heffernan, John

   ‘Basketmakers Race the Watermen’  81.8–9

   ‘How I Found Myself in a Hat Competition with the Bishop’  84.20–1

   ‘The Patron Saint of Basketmakers?’  80.14–15

   ‘Picnic Baskets, Cricket Bats and Harrods’  82.14–15

Helluin, Jean-François  55.25

Hembrow, Cliff  69.15

hen, willow  79.26

hen baskets see chicken/hen baskets

Hendon (London), Royal Air Force Museum  2.2

Hendrich, Lotte, on Austrian country baskets  78.29, 29

Henton, Maggie

   ‘Weaving Willow: Basketmakers in Poland and Britain’  69.13

   congratulations  47.10

   Contemporary Basketry Group  48.15; 25th anniv.40

   talk by  68.8–9

   work by

      ‘Baskets’  68.39; 74.47

      at Baskets and other Woven Forms  45.21

      ‘Dish’  44.front cover, inside front cover

      at Making Sense  74.19

Henwood, Richard  53.3

herb basket  55.27

Hermans, Anne, ‘Teachers’ Dilemma’  72.34

heron, willow  103.20–1, 20

Herring, Sheila  66.6; 67.front cover

herring crans

   BA video  82.17

   courses

      Gloucester  88.23

      Wales  104.16; 105.16–17

      Woodrow  91.43

   demonstrations  67.27, 27; 70.9

   factory making  50.4

   fitching  99.23–5

   made by Norma Barwis  25.4, 5

herringbone weave  57.31–2, 32–3; 82.18–19, 18

Hertfordshire Basketry  111.47‒8

Heseltine, Alistair

   ‘Basketmaking in France’  13.4–6

   Baskets and Basketmaking, reviewed  22.16

   ‘Fayl Billot, France’  21.6–9

   in Canada  107.21–2, 23

   at Fayl Billot  15.3; 16.15   

Hewett, Alfred  47.18

Hewson, Ruby  2.8

Hey, Serena de la, work by  78.19, 22; 25th anniv.37

Heye, George Gustav  85.18

Heyworth, Sonia

   ‘How I Became a Chairperson’  49.16

   ‘Idle Thought..’  28.10

   ‘‘Open Bottom’ Basket’  69.32

   ‘Shapers in Germany’  51.13

   on

      cane seating prices  54.18

      easy method of chair seating  41.10–14

      Jacobean chairs  66.28

      rush seating  28.6

      shop chair  86.23

      short cuts in chair making  72.20

      York 2000  94.27–8

   work by  72.23

hickory  98.28

Hicks, Jenny, work by  95.36

Hide, Dudley  25.9

High Wycombe (Bucks)

   basketmakers  33.5

   cane seating  93.24–5, 25

   chair museum  25th anniv.11

Highgrove (Glos), willows  107.9

Hill, A F & Son  67.24

Hill, Aubrey & Darrell  108.23

Hill, Dennis & Jill  107.26

Hill, E J & Son  48.11; 63.35

Hill, Patti Quinn, work by  103.back cover

Hill, Raymond  13.13

Himalayas, basketry (illus)  108.33–7

Hingston, Fiona  107.30

Hirons, Mary  6.4

Hiroshima, Kazuo  90.18; 91.13–16, 14; 101.4–7

historic and prehistoric baskets, studying  50.4–5; see also Egyptian baskets; Iron Age baskets;

   junket baskets; medieval baskets; Roman basketry

Hoare, Freyja  1.5; 2.8

Hodgson, Christine

   ‘The ‘Old Chair Caners’’  93.24–6

   reports from Oxfordshire  93.30–1

Hodgson, Joy

   ‘Baskets in India’  101.20–1

   ‘The Earth Centre ‒ Proposed Permanent Site’  109.11–12

   on paying subscriptions  95.5

   treasurer’s report

      2002  103.6–7

      2003  107.7–8

      2004  111.5–7

Hoffman, Esmé

   ‘Noordwolde ‒ Basketry Village of the Netherlands’  107.33–4

   work by  95.12–13; 96.9, 9

Hogan, Joe

   ‘Basketmaking in Eire by Joe Hogan of Loch na Fooey, Finny, Clonbur, Co Galway, Eire’  

      56.2–4

   Basketmaking in Ireland, reviewed  101.18

   ‘Planting a Willow Bed’  77.4–6

   ‘Traditional baskets of Ireland’  56.7–10

   courses

      Finny  71.18

      Loch na Fooey  61.7–8, 7; 65.10–11, 11; 73.9; 91.7

      Porthleven  106.11–12, 11, 12, 15, 15, 17

      Vissinggaard  96.8

      Woodrow  67.front cover, 22

      York  109.4

   work by  56.3; 63.35; 85.15; 110.20

Holborrow, Dorothy  25th anniv.ii, 6

Holdstock, J R  87.18–20, 18

Holdstock, Ricky

   ‘Calculating Chair Seating Prices’  54.14–17

   ‘Chasing my Ancestors’  87.18–20

   ‘Rattan Information’  58.7

   ‘‘Reed’ all about it!’  69.29–31

   ‘A Rush and Cane Chair’  58.24

   Seat Weaving in Rush, Cane and Cord, reviewed  51.24

   obituary  90.46

   on

      joining broken cane  78.31

      teaching chair seating  69.7–8

   request for information  84.24   

Holdsworth, Mary Ann  107.14

Holker Garden Festival  90.49–51, 51

Holland, Jools  103.21

Holmes, Irene, obituary  78.4

Holsenbach, Bryant  31.14–15

Holtom, Rachel

   ‘David Clark, Willow Grower’  103.11–13

   ‘Growing Willow’  103.11

   ‘Living Willow’  101.38‒9

   on

      storing willow  104.51

      summer meeting 2001  98.35

   reports from Wales  93.28–9; 94.18     

honeysuckle  27.10; 49.27; 53.25

Honma, Kazue

   Plaiting with Kraft Tape, reviewed  96.34–5

   visited by Felicity Wood  90.20

Hoog, Arie van’t, work by  64.front cover; 108.11–12, 11; see also Pot-Van Regteren Altena, 

   Mia, & Hoog, Arie van t’

hoops  18.10; 61.11, 11

hop baskets/bins  22.15; 69.18; 100.46–7

Hoppe, Flo

   ‘Braid Weave’  52.17–20

   Contemporary Wicker Basketry: Projects, techniques, inspirational designs, reviewed  82.34

   ‘Herringbone Weave’  57.31–3

   at New Berlin  52.41   

   profile  52.16

   visits UK  49.1

   work by  52.17

horn basket  46.26

Horningsea (Cambs), willow growing  17.12

Hoshino, Yasuko, work by  90.20, 21

Hoskin, Chris, ‘Somerset Village Willow Days’  103.17–18

hotel porter’s chair  76.19, 19

hottes  58.20–1, 22; 61.12

house, willow  89.29

Howard, David  107.9

howdahs  101.20

Hubbard, Beatrice  67.front cover

Hubbard, Mike  108.24, 24

Hubbard brothers  60.20

Hudson, Roy

   ‘My Visit to the Course at Woodrow High House, Amersham, Aug 31st ‒ Sept 4th 1981’

      19.16‒18

   ‘Summer Meeting June 1983’  26.5

   ‘Trip to Somerset to Buy Willows’  22.7–8

   bursary  21.5

   obituary  69.8

Hull (Yorks), chair caning  110.54–6, 54, 55, 56

hullies  87.41, 41

Hungary

   brake  92.16, 16

   cake storage basket  100.3

   maple baskets  69.25–7, 26

   reedmace seating  68.front cover, 20–3, 22

Hunt, Edna  2.8

Hunter, Ian

   ‘The Rossendale Willow Tree Basket Sculpture and Environmental Interpretation Centre’  

      57.9

   coordinates Making Sense  74.17

   talk by  79.6   

Huntingdon, Eric  39.23

hurdles  71.12, 12; 108.25, 25

Hurels, Mrs  92.29, 29

Hurl, D  44.3

Hurst, Jacqui

   ‘The Left-handed Debate Continued’  90.60–1

   basket query  91.10

   bursary  70.4

Hussey, Joyce  23.5

Hutchings, Diana

   ‘Basketmaking in Shetland’  107.17–19

   ‘Packing Tape Baskets’  108.38–9

Hutchinson, H P  60.16–17

Hutt, Tina, ‘Close Caning’  110.51–2

Iceland, basketry  62.17

Ickleton (Cambs), summer meeting  18.4

Ightham (Kent), willow walls  57.12

igiseke  97.29–30, 30

Ince, Margaret

   ‘Livery Companies Exhibition July 1994’  71.11

   ‘The Worshipful Company and Me’  74.30–1

income tax  2.3

India

   basketmakers (illus)  110.22–3, 42–5

   basketmaking tour of southern India  109.16–22, 17, 18, 20, 21

   baskets used  101.20–1

   chaise longue  69.28, 28

   see also Kashmir

Indonesia

   cane ball  53.20

   cane embargo  46.2–3

Ingram, Jim  16.9; 25th anniv.15

insurance see public liability insurance

internet basketry  79.27; 80.28

invalid carriage  36.7, 8; see also Bath chairs

invalid couch  77.back cover

iraca  74.25; 79.13

Ireland

   basketmaking in Ulster  34.13

   calf muzzle  51.8, 8

   ciseog

      by Joe Hogan  56.3, 4, 9; 61.7; 65.10

      making instructions  40.6–9, 6, 7, 8, 9

   contemporary basketmaking  56.2–20, 3, 5, 11, 13, 21

   creels (cliabh)

      bionne bale  85.14–16, 14, 15, 16

      course  67.20

      description  35.front cover, 10

      donkey  56.5, 7–9; 63.35; 67.20; 106.12, 12

      flattening  91.7

   currach  106.18–21, 19, 20

   profile of Tom Quinlan  68.14–15, 14

   sciathog  41.13–14, 14; 56.9; 61.7, 7

   skib  106.11

   traditional baskets  56.5, 7–10

iris  106.31, 31, 32

iron  18.9

Iron Age baskets  7.13; 58.11

Irons, Felicity

   course by  109.26–7, 26, 27

   on rush harvest  71.35

   work by  88.30

Irvine, Mary, work by  66.22

isichumo  68.11, 11

Isle of Man, straw basket  62.19

Italy

   carboys  103.31, 31

   rushwork centre

      description  94.14–15, 14, 15

      trips to  99.14–16, 16; 103.31–2, 32

   rushwork chairs  103.31

   willow stripping  92.15–16, 15, 16

Jackson, Alison  73.36

Jackson, Charles  81.24

Jackson, Shirley, limerick by  42.13

Jacobs, Ferne  31.14

Jadlo, Andrew Niedo, work by  57.14–16, 15

Jaffe, Sally  76.22

Jamaica, basketry  31.11–12

James, Alexandra

   on North West Willow Development Worker  89.27–30

   reports from the North West  90.27; 91.27–8

   work by  102.11–12

James, Caroline

   ‘A Day to Remember’  18.12

   congratulations  15.10; 16.12; 23.6

James, Dai  79.10, 10; 85.11

James, Elaine  86.23

James, Ernie  88.13

Janos, Hanis  100.2, 3

Japan

   eel traps  91.13–16, 14–15, 22

   paper basketry  93.39

   pilgrim basket  51.16

   Rural Crafts exhibition review  101.front cover, 4–7, 6, 7

   sculpture  71.25, 25

   Sekijima, Hisako, work by  110.24–5, 24

   visits to (illus)

      Dalby, Lee  111.24–30

      Wood, Felicity  90.18–22; 91.13–16

Jeffrey, Paul  86.11

Jekkonen, Santeri  92.18–19, 18

Jekyll, Gertrude  41.2

Jelani, Ireka  72.18–19

Jenkins, Beryl, ‘Maori Mats and Kits’  31.16–19

Jenkins, J Geraint, ‘A Cardiganshire Lip-worker’  34.10–12

Jennings, Anne, work by  95.36

Jennings, Maureen

   ‘Borderlines’  73.16–17

   ‘Summer Meeting 29th‒30th June’  58.4–5

   congratulations  71.7

   on 

      dyeing cane  57.21 

      summer meeting 2000  94.28

Jensen, Elizabeth, Baskets from Nature’s Bounty, reviewed  61.29

Jersey, basketry  62.18

Jewel, Andrew  50.3, 4

jicarilla  52.29–30

Jilin (China), basketry  33.12–13

Johansson, Arvid  80.7

Johansson, Carl  80.7

Johansson, Per Martin  80.7

Johansson, Per-Olaf

   ‘How to Make a Splint Basket’  80.8–10

   ‘A Personal History of Splint Baskets’  80.6–7

John, Jennifer

   obituary by  105.18

   on 

      fish heads in chairs  64.11

      rush cutting  71.35

   work by  64.11

Johnes, Herbert Lloyd, ‘The Basket-Makers of Sutton-on-Trent’  73.19–22

Johnsen, Eileen Garmarm  96.8, 12

Johnson, Jervis, obituary  56.22

Johnson, John  50.30–1

Johnson, Kay

   ‘About Britain’  32.11–14

   ‘BA Summer Meeting and Coracle Society Regatta’  90.35–8

   Basketmaking, reviewed  63.27

   ‘Bike Ride to Bruges 26‒29th August’  95.23–4

   ‘Coracles for Charity’  107.25–9

   ‘Hedgerow Woods’  27.9–11

   ‘St Julian ‒ Bishop of Cuenca, Spain’  43.5

   ‘Turkish Rush Weavers’  40.11–12

   book review by  56.32

   congratulations  26.5

   on 

      rush seating  28.6

      unusual chairs  85.32–3

   request for help  40.17

   secretary’s report

      1989  51.2

      1990  55.3–4

   at summer meeting 1995  74.front cover

   work by  90.36

   workshops  29.6; 36.11–12; 82.14

   and Worshipful Company  25th anniv.29

Johnson, Kay, Elton Barratt, Olivia, & Butcher, Mary, Chair Seating, reviewed  97.31

Johnson, Robert & Co, couch by  77.back cover

Johnson, Tim

   ‘Madeira in March’  94.7–10

   ‘Travelling’  96.11, 11, 12

   as artist in residence  84.4

   on contemporary basketmaking  91.35

   at Vissinggard  96.8, 9, 11, 12

   work by  87.45; 89.32; 96.11, 12; 98.29

Johnston, Bob  110.7–9, 7, 8

Jolley, Ginger, How To Weave a Pie Needle Basket, reviewed  39.18

Jones, Diana Langford, reports from Wales  106.37–8

Jones, Geraldine, on basketmaking career  70.28–9

Jones, Mandy  104.3; 110.11

Jones, Mike  71.12; 76.24

Jones, Owen  69.10; 83.32; 90.50

Jones, Rae Bentley, ‘The Use of Willows at Highgrove’  107.9

Jones, Vivienne

   ‘Basketmaking ‒ Past, Present and Future’  58.3

   ‘The Making of the Michelin Man’  93.33–5

   on water levels on Somerset levels  61.3

   secretary’s report

      1991  59.2–3

      1992  63.3

jonquette  14.17

journeyman

   definition  21.5

   regulations  22.9–10

Joyal, Elaine, ‘Basketry Ecology: a Museum and Market-based Global Survey’  91.20–1

Julian of Cuenca, St  43.5; 48.24, 25; 100.26–7

juniper  59.31; 86.12, 14

junket baskets  14.17

jute  71.9

Kalimantan, rattan harvest  83.12

Kalinga basketry  84.34–6, 35, 36

Kàló family  69.25, 26

Karlsson, Barbara, ‘Rush for a Weekend’  109.26–7

Karlsson, Kaj, basket by  55.25, 25

Kashmir, unusual basket  1.6

Kastner, Tina, ‘The Swiss Basketmakers’ Association’  87.6–7

Kealy, Tom

   chair by  53.12

   demonstration by  62.11, 11

Kellenberger, Kathy  54.7

Kelly, Thomas, ‘Basketmaking on the Railway’  77.11

kelp basketry  89.32

Kenfield Hall (Kent), weekend workshop  14.6–7

Kennedy, Norah  62.18

kennels  51.16; 54.8

Kent, sources for history of basketmaking  47.18–19, 19

Kentwell Hall (Suffolk)

   basketmaking  76.back cover

   notes on  62.12–13, 13

Kenya, cane seating  89.38

Kerwood, Richard

   ‘2nd Annual Willow Coffin Course’  103.43–4

   ‘grown home’ products  109.44

   work by  106.41–2, 41

kete

   Celtic links  78.10, 11

   at Kew  108.17–18

   kumara  31.18–19

   workshop (illus)  110.36–41

Kew Gardens (London)

   ‘grown home’  109.43–4, 43, 44

   New Zealand flax  108.17, 18

   visit to  90.32–3

Keyes, Julian, ‘The Worshipful Company of Basketmakers’  104.6–8

Keymer, Jean, reports from Nene Park  72.10

khus khus  72.18

kibsey  89.15

kiddles  87.39; 88.13–14, 13, 14

kidds  89.12

King, Anna, work by  87.34; 88.31; 110.25‒6, 25; 25th anniv.57

King, Paul, The Complete Yurt Handbook, reviewed  110.58–9

King, Pravina  110.21, 26

King, Rob

   congratulations  110.5

   on 

      contemporary basketmaking  91.34–5

      Daylesford farm shop  110.60

   poem by  58.35

Kingsbridge (Devon), Cookworthy Museum  89.9

Kingsley-Brown, Alistair  70.5

Kinoshita, Takako  111.27

Kirk, Sue

   congratulations  110.5

   work by  110.34, 35

Kirkaldy (Scotland), New Zealand flax  108.17–18

Kirkham, Lynn

   ‘Bark Baskets’  79.8–9

   ‘Basketry Tuition in England’  66.10

   ‘Baskets in Other Shapes’  82.16–17

   ‘Isleworth Ait’  69.12

   ‘Willow Artist in Residence’  84.4–7

   ‘Willow in the Docklands’  79.26

   bursary  74.6

   congratulations  67.5; 75.6

   on   

      Olympia exhibition  75.2

      Polish Basketmaking School  75.14

   work by  66.11; 78.19; 87.45; 25th anniv.37

Kirkness, David M  68.16

Kirsch, Anna

   congratulations  110.5

   work by  110.34, 35

kishie

   course  90.43–4, 43, 44

   maker of  107.17‒18, 17, 18, 19, back cover

   in Making Weaves exhibition  87.35, 35

   prize winning  78.11, 11

   video  101.15–16; 110.13

kits  31.16, 18–19, 19

Kleimmeyer, Laura  54.7

kneelers, rush  6.9; 7.10; 14.14, 15

knight chess pieces, willow  101.back cover; 103.25, 25

knight and two horses, sculpture  49.back cover, back cover

knives, sharpening  98.31

Knockholt (Kent), basketmaking  47.19

knots  74.9; see also harvest knot; lover’s knot

Koogay, Irene  27.14–15

Koomen, Philip, work by  110.30, 30

Kosenen, Markkn, work by  95.13, 13

Koskinen, Minna, work by  95.14

Kotanchik, Cathy  19.7

kraft paper  47.15

Kucharska, Marenza  59.30

Kudo, Mr  91.13

Kwidzyn (Poland), basketmaking  59.25–6, 26, 30, 30

lacemaker’s basket  43.front cover, 2

lady, willow  107.38, 38

lady with flower basket, willow  103.23, 23, 24

Lahtinen, Johanna, work by  98.20, 20

Laing, Joyce  94.32, 33, 34

Laivina, Edite  51.9; 100.12

Lake District

   course  90.9–10, 9, 10

   oak swills  26.12–13, 12

Lalljee, Barbara  87.15

Lamb, Christine, ‘Lydia Pesata, Apache Basketmaker’  52.29–31

Lamb, Thelma, obituary  58.15

lamp, cane  95.front cover

lampshades  105.front cover; 108.44

Lancashire and Cheshire Union of Basketmakers  22.9–10

lance cordee  62.18

Landen, Mavis

   ‘Chance Meeting in Switzerland’  50.20

   ‘Spruce Root Collecting’  47.8–10

   ‘Tea with David Drew’  46.18–19

Landscape and Art Network  83.9

Langley, Brenda

   ‘We Made a Giant’  102.8–10

   BA memories  25th anniv.ii, 6

   courses organised by  16.14   

Langley, Brenda & Peter  13.8, 9; 16.9

The Language of Native American Baskets from the Weavers’ View, exhibition  109.22

Lanham, Richard, work by  57.9, 10

lanterns  103.39–41, 39, 41

lapboards  28.13; 61.11, 11

Lapins, Andris

   ‘Basketry in Latvia’  51.9–11

   BA links with  25th anniv.42, 53, 54‒5

   visits by

      Butcher, Mary  75.18

      Goymer, Sally  59.5–7; 100.10–14

   at Woodrow  87.12, 28

   work by  57.36; 100.10

largest baskets

   England

      flower  31.13, 13

      living willow  97.14, 15, 16

   France  55.25, 25; 76.22, 22

   Germany  24.10, 10; 80.20, 20

   Italy  66.33

   Sweden  55.25, 25

Larkin, David see Sprigg, June, & Larkin, David

Latta, Katrin

   congratulations  67.5

   on basketmaking career  70.26–7

   work by  70.26, 27; 78.2

Latterfrack (Ireland), basketmaking  56.21

Latvia

   basketmaking  51.9–11, 11

   Latvian Basket Competition  75.front cover, 18–19

   visits by Sally Goymer (illus)  59.5–7; 100.10–14

Launde Abbey (Leics), summer meeting 1995  74.front cover, 11–15, 11

laundry baskets

   in AEG advert  110.5, 60

   by 

      Clayton, Henry  107.40

      Goymer, Sally  25th anniv.34

      Wittering, Bill  107.front cover

   see also buck baskets; clothes baskets; laundry hampers

laundry hampers

   Basketmakers Trade List  13.7; 15.13–14

   British Rail  77.11

   Harrods catalogue  51.16

   Royal Blind Asylum catalogue  55.28

Laurent, Alfred  62.18

Lawder, Jeannine  51.30

Lawrence, Sarah

   ‘Copyright ‒ The Importance of Acknowledging Sources’  104.4–5

   ‘Flag Irises’  109.37–8

   ‘It’s not easy, but it’s not difficult’  111.16–20

   ‘Puzzle Corner’  93.7–8

   book review by  110.58

   bursary  108.9

   congratulations  110.6

   work by  110.34

Lawrence, Sarah, & Salter, Ruth, ‘Milton Keynes Basketmaking’  107.35–6

layette baskets

   Flemish  111.30–5, 30, 31, 32, 33

   Hampton Court  74.27, 28

Lea, Christine, ‘Heritage Museum Basket Maker Wins £2, 900 Award’  110.7–9

Leach, Fiona  110.6

Leat, Trevor, work by  87.35; 93.30; 94.16, 17

Leather Vessels, exhibition  109.23–5, 23, 24, 25

leaves, willow  64.20, 21; 98.19

Leckie, Mona  19.7; 92.32

Leech, Jill

   ‘Rocking Chairs’  59.35

   on Bauhaus chairs  85.33

Lees, Vivienne  47.10; 56.31

Leese, Chuck  62.7

left-handed basketry  89.42–3; 90.60–1

Legg, Evelyn  60.25

Leicester Museum (Leics), Dryad basket collection  55.13

Leicester Scuttle  60.front cover, 1, 1

Leith, Tina

   ‘Round the Museums. No. 1 Reading ‒ Museum of Rural Life’  1.6–7

   congratulations  2.8

Leitz, Gudrun, work by  110.28, 28

Lemieux, Linda

   ‘A Dartmoor Basketmaker sets off for West Africa’  92.20–1

   ‘The Diverse Life of a Devon Basketmaker’  102.15–16

   ‘Fitching the Herring Cran’  99.23–5

   course subsidy scheme  70.4, 13

   on 

      cleaning rushes  76.22

      rush seating  73.30–1

   reports from Devon  72.10; 73.4; 74.9; 76.24; 77.16; 79.29

   rush cutting  89.18    

   work by  78.2, 3; 89.28; 90.front cover

   see also Burnett, Alison, & Lemieux, Linda

Leonard, John  74.23

Leonard, Polly, work by  82.7

LETS schemes  75.11

letter box, willow  83.13, 13

letter trays  101.25–6, 26

Leutwyler, Therese

   ‘Basketmaking in Switzerland’  63.10–11

   ‘Preservation of an Ancient Craft’  70.12–13

   on ammunition basket  99.8

   Sally Goymer visits  87.11

   work by  99.back cover

Levy, Dana see Austin, Robert, Levy, Dana, & Veda, Koichiro

Lewis (Scotland), creels  

   description  103.37–8, 37, 38

   workshop  106.28–32, 29, 30, 31, 32

Lewis, Katherine  108.9

Lewis, Matthew

   bursary  102.20

   workshop by  94.18, 19

Lewis, Molly  34.24

Lewis, Tom

   ‘Getting to Know You’  4.6–8

   BA foundation, role in  15.11; 25th anniv.i‒ii, iii, 6

   congratulations  2.8

Liboshi, Mr  90.18

Lichtenfels (Germany)

   College of Basketry

      description  58.25–6; 62.14–16, 16; 65.24

      shapers  51.13

      skeinwork  109.35–6, 35

   smallest basket  51.12, 12

lilac, wild  27.11

Lilford Hall (Northants), exhibition  7.18

Lilley, Tricia  110.6

lily tidies  87.back cover

lime  27.10; 60.26

Lincoln-O’Donnell, Rosemarie, reports from Stratfield Saye  88.25–6

Lincwoods Project  92.27

linen  88.31

linen baskets

   Basketmakers List  53.24

   by 

      Melling, Mary  88.front cover

      Walpole, Lois  54.back cover

   Swiss  84.12

lion masks  46.12, 13

lip-work

   Cardiganshire  34.10–12

   origins  51.5

   summer school  43.15

Little Hadham (Herts)

   coracle making  50.22–3, 23

   rush workshop  17.13

Littlebourne (Kent), giant  102.8–10, 9, 10

Littlewood, John, on contemporary basketmaking and responses to  79.24–5; 80.2–5; 81.2–3

Liverpool bar  17.16; 19.8

living willow

   animals  82.14

   balls  72.front cover; 105.back cover

   chairs/seats  76.10–11; 86.10

   course review  101.38–9

   crocodile  90.29

   garden house  85.7–9, 7, 8, 9

   giant basket  97.14, 15, 16

   maintenance  101.40

   Pentage project  72.front cover, 12, 13

   Stratfield Saye  89.25–6, 26

   teepee  91.56

   trees  57.8, 9; 79.6, 6

   tunnels  79.6; 89.29

Llandiloes (Powys), courses  106.37–8, 37, 38; 110.41–2

Lloyd, Marshall B  47.15

Lloyd, Revd Owen  29.9

Lloyd, Wally  106.13, 15

Lloyd Loom chairs  47.14, 15–16; 50.29

lobster pots

   Cornwall  17.15; 77.8–9, 8; 86.25; 93.36, 37

   Corsica  8.4–5; 9.9

   Dorset  25.4–5

   Ireland  56.9–10; 105.11–12; 106.15, 17

   Isle of Wight  87.41, 41

   Scilly Isles  99.38–40, 38, 39, 41

   West Country  76.24

   see also crab pots

local groups see Avon Group; Basketmakers South West; Basketmakers of the West Midlands; 

   Berkshire Basketmakers; Bignor Basket Group; Clifton House Farm Basketry Guild; Dane 

   Valley Coppice Crafts Group; Devon Group; Gloucestershire Group; Hertfordshire Basketry; 

   Nene Park Basketmakers; North West Willow Network; Oxford Group; Rutland local group; 

   Scottish Basketmakers’ Circle; South East Basketmakers Group; South East Thames Group; 

   Stratfield Saye Group; Suffolk Group; Surrey Group; Welsh Basketmakers’ Group; Wessex 

   Group; Yorkshire and Humberside Basketmakers Circle

Loch na Fooey (Co Galway), courses  61.7–8, 7; 73.9

Lockwood, Annie E  7.16

lod  56.9

log baskets

   Basketmaker’s List  54.8

   France  85.12, 12

   Royal Blind Asylum Workshops List  55.28

Lombard, Helen, ‘Zigzagging in the Hebrides’  82.18–19

Lomberg, Helen

   courses by  90.9–10; 99.42–3; 107.35

   cran making  88.23

   reports from Gloucestershire  84.28–9

London, Love Lane/Aldermanbury Street, giant living willow basket  97.14, 15; see also 

   Battersea Park; Capel Manor; City of London; Greater London Horse Show; Hendon; Kew 

   Gardens; National Theatre; New Cross; Olympia; Peckham; royal Festival Hall; St Margaret 

   Pattens church; St Paul’s cathedral; Selfridges; Streatham; Surrey Docks Farm; Thames, river; 

   Thames Water; Wembley; Wigmore Hall

London Association of the Blind, Verney Road workshop  25th anniv.iii‒iv

London College of Furniture (Guildhall University)  

   basketmaking course  71.26–7; 25th anniv.12‒14

   basketmaking seminar  68.8–10

   and formation of BA  1.1; 15.11–12

London Guildhall

   Fayre 1981  19.4

   Livery Companies Exhibition  71.11

   Red Cross Market  83.18

London School of Occupational Therapy  25th anniv.16

Long Ashton (Som), willows collection

   archives  109.9

   description  60.16–18; 61.8–9

   recommendation to close  21.4

   research work moved  93.9

   visit to  87.16–17

Longaberger Co, HQ  97.34

Longaberger family  82.8–9

Longbottom, Rosemary

   ‘The Making of the Tendle’  36.12

   an introduction  28.15   

Longhurst, Peter  86.33

Lönze, Holger Christian

   ‘Setting Sail in Baskets’  106.18–21

   work by  110.20

Loop the Loop, exhibition  94.40

Lopez, Ascuncion  107.14

Lord, Albra  37.7

Lornie, D & Sons  108.17–18

Lough Neagh (N Ireland), basketmaking revival  104.34, 34

Louis XIV, remark by  12.6, 18

love seat, willow  101.11

lover’s knot  63.26, 26

Lowestoft trawl  82.17; 83.20

Lucas, Eleanor, ‘Nantucket Lightship Baskets’  26.8–9

Ludlow, Veronica

   artist-in-residence role  49.27

   work by  37.9–10, 10; 66.18

Lugenbill, Linda G

   ‘The German Federal Basketry Trade School’  58.25–7

   visited by Sally Goymer  66.19

Lusty, William  47.15

Luton (Beds), Museum and Art Gallery  29.7

   Basketmaking in Bedfordshire, reviewed  36.16

   straw work  55.20–1

Luxembourg, living willow  72.front cover, 12, 13

Lynch, Iris  110.5

Lynch, Kate

   ‘Willow’  100.28–9; 104.16–18; 108.21

   Willow, reviewed  105.32

Lyons, Carol  19.7; 70.4

McAnallen, Mairead  71.19

MacArthur, Donald

   creel workshop  106.28–32, 29, 30, 31, 32

   visit to  103.37–8

McCarron, Vincent  85.11

McClelland, Debbie  107.29

McCurry, Henry, chair by  91.41, 41

McDougall, Fiona  106.21

MacEwen, Jenny

   on basketmaking on Muck  75.16

   course by  78.13

McGowan, Liz, work by  57.4–5, 5

McGuire, John

   interview with  49.3–7

   work by  49.front cover

Machray, Marilyn  6.4

Machynllth (Wales), summer meeting  98.34–5, 35

McIntosh, Sally, work by  88.31

McIntyre, Judith, ‘Crochet Pots and Baskets’  13.16–18

Mackenzie, Gypsy, work by  85.39, 40

Macleod, Ross  85.23

McManus, Debbie  70.4

MacNutt, Dawn  74.22

Macomber, Diana, ‘Woven Decoy Geese’  55.7–8

McPhee, Angus  94.31–5

McQueen, John, The Language of Containment, reviewed  66.36

McQuiston & McQuiston, In the Spirit of Mother Earth: Nature in Native American Art, 

   reviewed  80.29

McSheahy, Margaret  99.9–11

Madeira

   basketry

      description  14.1, 9–10

      sculpture  96.24

      techniques  95.26–7

      variety  94.6–10, 7, 8, 9

   sled ride  72.back cover

   willow growing  94.7–8, 7, 8

Madsen, Steen

   ‘Impressions of Woodrow ’95’  75.20–1

   work by  61.back cover; 95.13

magpie batten  47.14

Maidstone (Kent)

   basketmakers  47.18

   willow seat  63.front cover, 21, 21

mail cart  36.7, 8

Main, Veronica

   ‘Corn Dollies’  25th anniv.49‒50

   ‘Grasping at Straws, Part I’  64.16–19

   ‘Grasping at Straws, Part II’  65.27–9

   ‘Grasping at Straws, Part III’  66.26–7

   ‘Grasping at Straws, Part IV’  67.30–1

   Swiss Straw Work, reviewed  107.43–4

   congratulations  88.3

   talk by  99.48

   work by  67.31

maize leaves  72.28

maize mats  74.26

Making Sense, event  74.17–21, 18, 20

Making Weaves, exhibition  87.34‒5, 34, 35; 88.33‒4; 25th anniv.28

Malaysia, basketry  53.20

mallet  18.10, 12

Malta, basketry  92.28–30, 28, 29, 30

Malthouse, Jean  71.4

Manchester (New Hampshire, USA), exhibition  103.26–7

Manchester School of Architecture, sculpture  83.9

Mani, Rani  109.21

Manickam, Manimegalai, work by  110.22–3, 22, 23

Manley, Venice

   ‘Three Unusual Baskets’  1.6

   congratulations  2.8

Mann, Bob  84.23

manne  105.13–14, 13, 14

Manthorpe, Colin

   congratulations  50.back cover; 70.7; 90.54

   courses/demonstrations/workshops

      Argyll  106.39, 40

      Badger Farm  92.27

      Carmarthen  104.33, 33

      Finny  71.18

      Gloucester  88.23

      Gressenhall  67.27

      Skye  81.11

      Stroud  73.8, 8

      summer meetings  70.9; 74.front cover

      Swansea  105.16–17, 16, 17

      Wiston Lodge  77.13

      Woodrow  91.43; 103.46

   interview with  96.10–11

   talk by, AGM  95.9

   videos  82.17; 83.20

   at Vissinggaard  96.8, 9, 10–11

   work by  47.1; 58.23; 83.20

   and Worshipful Company of Basketmakers  75.7

Mantle, John, ‘Baskets at the Bristol Farmers’ Market’  97.32–3

maple

   basketry  36.6; 69.25–7, 26

   hedgerow material  27.11

Marc, Jean  98.17, 17

market baskets/maunds

   England  22.14; 69.17

   Germany  58.27

   Jamaica  31.11

   Poland  59.29, 30

marketing  51.17–19

marquetry see straw marquetry

marram grass basketry  45.9, 10–11; 90.33

Marsdon, Sue

   ‘Diploma-cy’  110.18–19

   bursary  51.32

Marshall family  73.19–22

Marsters, Julie  12.3

Martin, Guy

   ‘Stick Furniture’  88.42–3

   class at Woodrow  91.42

MaSein, Jesus  44.7–8, 8, 9

masks

   cane

      lion  46.12, 13

      protective  66.32, 32

   willow

      Black Pig  67.back cover

      Mummers  64.26, 26, back cover; 104.34, 34

matchboxes  95.18, 20

mathematics and decorative art  86.28–9, 28, 29

Mathes, Hans  56.12

mats

   coconut leaf, India  101.20–1

   Devil’s Claw, North America  81.4

   flax, New Zealand  31.17–18

   maize

      by Mowat, Linda  74.26

      Nepal  72.28, 28, 29

   marram grass, Wales  45.9, 10–11

   pandanus leaf, Tonga  82.13

   rush

      churches  6.9; 7.10

      coiled plaited, instructions  50.16–19, 17, 19

      course  109.27

      Mount Vernon  16.12–13

      Turkey  40.11–12

   tibisiri, Barbados  72.19

Matthews, Brynn  89.35

maund  58.17, 17

Mawdesley (Lancs), basketmaking  50.6; 25th anniv.17

Max, Rachel

   congratulations  110.6

   work by  110.34, 35, back cover

Maynard, Barbara

   Basketry in Easy Steps, reviewed  6.7

   ‘How the Association was Formed’  14.11–12; 15.11–12

   ‘Round the Museums. No. 1 Reading – Museum of Rural Life’  1.7–8

   Basketmakers Association formation, role in  1.1, 2–3; 25th anniv.1‒2

   chairman’s address

      1977  6.15–16

      1978  9.7–8

      1979  12.10–11

      1980  16.10

      1976  1.2–3

   congratulations  23.6

   course by  20.15–16

   exhibition designed by  30.7

   garden parties  2.2; 5.9

   hosts summer meeting  18.4

   illness  12.1

   memories of  

      Hawkes, Iris  25th anniv.69

      Lewis, Tom  4.7

      Viall, Joy  25th anniv.i‒ii; 25th anniv.6

      Walpole, Lois  24th anniv.38‒40

   message for  11.1

   obituary  31.5–6

   on

      remark heard on underground  25th anniv.43

      use of weights  8.10

   president’s address 1980  16.10

   receives Freedom of the City of London  26.4

   remark on underground  

   work by  25th anniv.42

Mayne, Vivienne

   ‘Close Skeining’  97.8–12

   on newsletter  85.10

Meacham, Leila, ‘Total Immersion’  16.9

Meacher, Harriet

   ‘Memories of Woodrow’  25th anniv.45‒6

   bursary  74.6

Mead, Mr  46.20, 21

Meadowes, Richard  18.15

Meare Green (Som)  5.16

Mears, Matthew, work by  89.29

medallion back chairs  

   queries  64.11, 11; 97.23, 23

   repaired  104.26

   spiral weaving  66.28–9

medicine basket  53.28, 28

medieval baskets  9.13; 14.17

Meek, Oliver

   film featuring  110.49; 111.50

   memories of  110.49; 111.48

   obituary  62.26

Meek, Percy  111.50

Meikle, Lucy  70.4; 71.15

Melling, Mary

   ‘Frame Baskets Weekend’  110.41–2

   ‘Vallabrègues’  83.24–5

   bursary  106.21

   obituary by  104.20

   on Oliver Meek  111.48

   work by  88.front cover

Melnichenko, Roman, work by  102.front cover

Menhenitt, Mark  67.51

Merriman, Jo

   bursary  104.3

   congratulations  90.54

   at Fayl Billot  98.16, 17   

   work by  85.24

Métézeau, Emilien  86.7; 109.9

Métézeau, Étienne  86.7–8; 96.10

Métézeau, M senior  61.12–13; 86.7

Métézeau, M, work by  55.24, 24; 61.front cover, 12–14, 14

Metsijs, Quinten, painting by  111.30–5, 31

Mexico, basketry  24.8, 8; 94.36, 37; 95.16

Michelau (Germany)

   basketmakers  65.25

   largest basket  24.10, 10

   museum  62.14, 15; 65.23–4, 23

Michelin Man  93.33–5, 34, 35

Milan (Italy), largest basket  66.33

Miles, Jean  94.30

Millar, Luke  82.29–30

Miller, Bruce W, & Widess, Jim, The Caners Handbook, reviewed  97.34

Milligan, Penny  46.9–10

Mills, Jo  107.30

Milton Keynes (Bucks), basketmaking  107.35–6, 35, 36

miner’s baskets see coal baskets; slate baskets

Ming, Jill, ‘Impressions of York’  101.27–9

Minnings, Jennifer  87.10

mirror frame  100.13

Miyazaki, Mr  111.27

mokola palm  95.38, 39

Mollart, Chris, ‘Buffing Notes’  51.25

Moody, Tom  47.18

Moon, Geoff

   ‘The BA Archive’  76.27; 78.18

   ‘BA and Members’ Books, Publications and Videos’  25th anniv.66‒8

   on woodworm  72.32

Moon, Richard  106.8

Morgan, James Marvin, ‘A Tribute to the late D J Davies’  96.4–6

Morgan, Sue  86.11; 106.8

Morrell, Anne, ‘Jilin’s Willow Exports’  33.12–13

Morris, Carole, Anglo-Saxon and Medieval Wood-Working Crafts, reviewed  39.18

motorbike side cars  53.10, 10; 54.2, 28

motorbikes, cane  82.back cover; 93.38, 38

moulds

   kishie  107.18, 18

   Poland  59.23, 23

   rush hats  82.29

   Shaker baskets  52.21

   skeined willow  93.11, 11

   test tube baskets  80.35; 89.35–6, 36

   use of  63.12–13, 13; 69.11

   Woodrow  67.23

   see also basket formers; styrafoam cup baskets

Mount Vernon (Virginia, USA)  16.12–13

Mountnugent (Co Cavan), basketmaking  56.20

Mowat, Linda

   ‘Basket Names’  90.15

   ‘Good on yer, Girl!’  110.36–41

   ‘How Not to Cross the River Suarez in a Basket’  73.12–13; 74.24–6

   ‘The Sombrero de Tapia Pisada: a Very Special Hat’  79.13–17

   class by  109.39, 39, 40

   talks by  67.6; 68.9

Mowat, Linda, Morphy, H, & Dransart, P, Basketmakers: Meaning and Form in Native 

   American Baskets, reviewed  62.23–4; 105.31

muc/mudag  84.37, 37; 91.9, 9; 104.50

Much Cowarne (Herefs), summer school  43.15–16

Muck (Scotland), basketry courses  78.13–14; 82.18–19; 86.30

mudag see muc/mudag

Mulholland, James

   leading basketmaking revival  104.34, 34

   profile  56.15–16, 16

   work by  70.6, 6; 25th anniv.37

Muller, William  68.33

Mulligan, Susie  91.5; 92.27

Mullin, Anne, on giants in N France and Belgium  50.44–5

Mullins, Emily  50.4

Mulvany, Judith  47.10

Munstead basket  41.front cover, 2; 42.5

murlag  67.18

Murray, Sam, reports on the sculpture class at York  94.23–5

Musgrove, Ellen  106.8; 108.22–3; 110.61

Musgrove, Gilbert

   ‘Did You Know’  4.17

   film  9.14

   on flooding  7.11–12

   obituary  25.3

   visit to  2.4; 9.9; 25th anniv.9‒10

Musgrove, Les

   obituary  109.41; 110.61

   willow growing  108.22–3

Musgrove, Michael  106.8; 108.front cover, 22–3

muzzles see calf muzzle; ox muzzle

Myrberg, Olof  80.7

myrtle  51.14

mystery basket  103.49, 49; 104.50

nail basket, gevelstenen  102.23, 23

Nakamura, Itaru  90.18; 91.16; 101.5; 111.26

nancies  58.27

Nantucket baskets  26.8–9, 9; 49.6, 7

nasas  76.4; 92.28, 30, 30

Nash, Rachel  14.7

Nass, Rhonda see TerBeest, Char, & Nass, Rhonda

National Exhibition of Basketry and Chair Seating  78.2–3, 2, 3

National Federation of Women’s Institutes  25th anniv.iii

National Lottery Fund  82.19; 84.27; 85.22

National Theatre (London)  11.9

National Vocational Qualification  71.10; 73.2; 74.14–15; 75.6; 81.5

Native American Arts and Crafts, reviewed  80.29

Naylor, Anthea, ‘Sparsholt Perigourdin Course, September 2003’  107.15–17

negative space  100.34–6, 35, 36

Nene Park see under Peterborough

Nene Park Basketmakers  72.10; 81.22

Nepal, basketry

   description  70.3; 71.8–9, 9

   doko (illus)  108.33–7

   mat  72.28, 28, 29

Nesbitt, Gemma, ‘Alternatives to Pinewood Coffins’  79.18–19

Ness Gardens (Wirral)

   ‘New Forms in Willow’  58.6

   willow collection  54.3–5

Netherlands

   bakermatten  69.22–4, 23; 108.11–12, 11

   basketmakers’ panel  57.31

   basketmaking

      Heerde  81.18

      Limburg  98.26

      Noordwolde  107.33–4

   beach chairs  78.8–9, 8, 9

   Dutch basketmakers in England  76.14–16

   gevelstenen  102.21–3, 21, 22, 23

   layette basket  111.30

   motorbike, cane  82.back cover

   Roman chairs  64.front cover

   skeined willow work  93.11

   see also Dutch foot

nettle fibre  71.8

Neugeboren, Myron  37.6, 8–9

New Berlin (USA), willow growing  52.6

New Cross (London), basketmakers  46.20, 21

New England, basketry

   ash  14.8

   Basketry Institute  31.14–15

   interview with master craftsman  49.front cover, 3–7, 4

   materials  53.25–7

   Nantucket baskets  26.8–9, 9; 85.18–20, 19, 20

   Shaker (illus)  52.21, 22–8

   wall decoration of willow  40.front cover, 2

New Forms in Willow, exhibition  58.6

The New Makars: Indigenous Crafts Today  78.5–6

New Work (illus)  63.19–21; 64.20–1; 65.30–2

New Zealand

   Celtic links  78.10–11, 10; 108.17–18, 18

   imported baskets  81.5

   Maori basketry

      mats  31.16–19, 19

      twining technique  46.24, 25

      visit to basketmaker  105.19–20, 19, 20

      workshops (illus)  105.21; 110.36–41

   visit to  85.23

   willow basketry

      Flaherty, Chris  50.14–15

      Shaw, Heather  67.35; 70.37; 93.15–18, 15, 16, 18

New Zealand flax

   at Kew  108.17–18, 18

   mats  31.16–19, 19

   in Scotland  108.17–18

   twining techniques  46.24, 25

   use of (illus)  78.10–11; 105.19–21; 110.36–41

Newborough Mat-makers Association  45.9, 11

Newell, John  37.7

Newell, Peggy  15.10; 16.12

Newman, Sandra  26.10; 27.7; 39.3

Newport (Mon), basketmaker  15.6–10

newspaper basketry

   by

      Bamford, Joni  60.back cover

      Walpole, Lois  95.19, 21

   instructions  64.22–5, 22, 23, 24, 25

   Rizla machine  83.14, 14

Nicholas, Pete  100.28

Nicholson, Margaret  23.6

Nicolson, Adam, & Sutherland, Patrick, Wetland: Life in the Somerset Levels, reviewed  38.13

Nicolson, Annabel   

   ‘The Basketmaking Course at the London College of Furniture’  25th anniv.12‒14

   ‘Basketmaking Seminar’  68.8–10

   ‘Weaver of Grass’  94.31–5

Nida, Eric von

   ‘Making a Living as a Basketmaker’  65.12–13

   congratulations  70.7 

   on basketry courses  67.29

Nilsson family  80.7

Nito, Yasuyo  90.20

nkok  92.20–1

Noah’s Ark  25th anniv.42

Noble, Alan  48.11

Nockles, Ken  84.22

Noordwolde (Neths)  107.33–4

Norman, Ann  80.4

Norman, Eileen

   ‘Comment on Craft Expo 1978 Lilford Hall’  7.18

   ‘Reflections on Completing a 2yr City and Guilds Basketry Course’  5.5

   congratulations  6.4

North West Willow Network  81.21

Norton, Clare  27.3

Ntwe, Gabatsholwe, work by  110.21–2, 21

Nutt, David

   ‘More on Wicker Giants’  103.16–17

   ‘Pitt Rivers Mapping Day’  84.33

   photographs by  83.19   

Nutting, Tony & Jean, ‘Notes on Kentwell, July 1992’  62.12–13, 13

oak basketry

   Appalachian  110.31–2, 31

   egg/bow/gizzard basket  52.28

   swills

      courses  46.25, 25; 69.10, 11

      Cumbria  26.12–13, 12; 80.front cover

   Taghkanic  37.7

   whiskets  58.18, 18–19

Oakley, Peter  12.16–18; 18.14

obituaries

   Barwis, Norma  78.1

   Brandford, Joanne Segal  70.36; 71.30–1

   Chapman, John  56.22

   Davies, D J  96.4–6

   Day, John  67.7

   Elliott, Lillian  70.36; 71.30

   Geers, Philip  105.18

   Gentilhomme, Odile  98.18

   Glenn, Alf  57.25

   Goodwin, Lewis Herbert  75.40

   Guest, Joan  55.19

   Hawkins, Alwyne  77.2

   Holdstock, Ricky  90.46

   Holmes, Irene  78.4

   Hudson, Roy  69.8

   Johnson, Jervis  56.22

   Lamb, Thelma  58.15

   LaPlantz, Shereen  109.40

   Maynard, Barbara  31.5–6

   Meek, Oliver  62.26

   Musgrave, Gilbert  25.3

   Newman, Sandra  39.3

   Pryor, Elizabeth G  65.8

   Rogers, Fred  65.front cover, 2, 3; 66.12–15, 13, 14, 15

   Rowsell, Jack  82.7

   Shackleton, Sook  106.27

   Smith, Warren  96.13–14

   Stonehouse, Gill  104.20

   Thornley, Eric  78.4

   Tween, Norah  57.25

   White, Gwen  77.3

   Whitehead, Betty  77.3

   Whitfield, Jocelin  108.2

   Woods, Ronald  70.10

   Wright, Dorothy  80.13

   Wynne, Gillian  56.22

O’Brien, Anne  98.16, 17; 102.20

O’Bryen, Gillian, ‘Corsican Fishing Baskets’  51.14

octopus baskets  50.24

O’Dowd, Anne, ‘The Latterfrack Basket Industry’  56.21

Oe, Hiro  110.20; 111.26–7

Öfalu (Hungary), reedmace seating  68.20–1

Ohio Ware Basket Co  82.8–9

Ojeda, Aurelia  100.40

Okey, Thomas

   A Basketful of Memories  72.24–6; 73.36

   An Introduction to the Art of Basketmaking  36.15; 55.9–12

   at Cambridge  21.12

Okuma, Michihiko  11.27

Old Man’s Beard  86.front cover, 1

olive pressing baskets  76.21; 87.24–6, 24

Oliver & Pinks, exhibition  33.7

Olney, Judith

   ‘Shaker Hexagonal Bottom Basket’  52.23–8

   on freehand shaping  80.22–3

   in New Berlin  52.41

   profile  52.22

Olsson, Olof  80.7

Olympia (London), Craft Materials Fair  75.2

Oman

   baskets  49.13–15, 14

   trade fair  49.13–15

open hexagonal weave/plaiting

   baskets  73.16, 16; 92.back cover

   cup and ball  61.21–3, 22, 23; 62.9, 9

   method  65.30–1, 32

   sculpture  71.28–9, 28, 29

   at Woodrow  67.23

Orkney (Scotland)

   lip work  19.4

   straw work  21.13–14; 66.24–5; 68.16–17

Orkney chairs

   class at Woodrow  75.21 

   history  25.8, 8; 68.16–17

   materials and techniques  21.14; 66.24, 25

   repaired  64.10

   ‘stitching’  24.10

   under construction  76.19, 19

   from Westray  67.21, 21; 69.31

Orsini, M Toussaint  8.4–5; 9.9

d’ Orsogna, Simon  85.23

Ortiz, María de las Mercedes

   ‘Letter from Colombia’  70.11

   ‘Making Baskets, Making a Living. Chin Basketry in Tenza, Colombia’  68.24–33

Osbourne, Vicky  107.14

O’Toole, Susan

   ‘Sugan Chairs’  56.17–18

   congratulations  35.15; 58.1

   on basketmaking course  71.26–7

   work by

      carved head with headdress  72.30

      knight and two horses  49.back cover, back cover

      sculptural  45.21

      woman with horse  71.27

Outhwaite, W R & Son  48.16

oval  50.24

oval bases, best weave  1.8

Owen, Roderick, The Big Book of Sling and Rope Braids, reviewed  73.39

owl, willow  87.29

ox muzzle  50.50, 50; 51.8

Oxford (Oxon)

   Pitt Rivers Museum  82.11, 27; 84.33

   X-change Gallery, Strands exhibition  104.22–3

Oxford Group (Oxon Basketry Friends)  71.4; 72.8; 73.4; 74.8; 76.25; 77.16–17; 78.16; 80.24; 

   81.23; 82.27; 83.15; 84.28; 85.26–7; 87.37–8; 88.24; 89.24–5; 90.25, 32–3; 91.22; 92.22–3; 

   93.30–1; 94.18–19; 95.34; 96.26–7; 97.43–4; 98.32; 99.48; 101.13–14; 102.34; 103.34; 

   104.28–9; 106.38–9; 109.39–40; 111.47

oyster tendle

   making instructions  32.1, 7–10, 7, 8, 9, 10

   workshop  36.11–12

Pacific Coast Basket Factory  80.7

packing tape baskets  108.38–9, 38

Page, Jo Ann  52.13

Page, John

   congratulations  110.6

   work by  110.34, 35

Page, R  80.4

pagoda, willow  47.4–5

Pakistan see Kashmir

Palczowice (Poland), basketmaking  59.17–18, 17, 18

palm basketry

   Barbados  72.16, 17

   Colombia  79.13, 14–15

   India  109.16–18, 18, 20, 20; 110.22–3, 22, 23

   Malta  92.29, 29

   Mexico  24.8, 8; 94.36, 37

   Portugal  50.24, 25

   see also buri palm; cabbage palm; mokola palm

Palm Sunday willow slips  53.30

palmiche  79.14, 15

Pan & syrinx, willow  103.front cover

pandanus leaf basketry  72.18; 82.12–13

Panich, Lilian  58.30

Pank, Sarah

   ‘An Association with Basketmaking’  25th anniv.63‒6

   book review by  94.39

   bursary  86.11

   congratulations  111.11

   poem by  87.1

   work by  110.20

pannels  58.22, 22

pannier a cou  62.18

panniers

   airborne  7.9

   horse  58.22, 22

   saddle  14.16, 16

   see also donkey baskets

paper

   balls  60.27, 27

   baskets (illus)  70.30–4; 95.36

   see also newspaper; Somband

parcel strapping  95.18, 20

Parfitt, Rod

   ‘What do you know?’  90.14

   at Long Ashton  87.16; 93.9

Park, Maggie, poem by  110.14–15

Parrette, Dominic

   congratulations  107.14

   work by  106.25

Pascual, Maria-Asuncion  87.10

pasto  79.14

patchwork basket motif  64.9, 9

Patenir, Joachim, painting by  111.30–5, 32

Paterson, Sue

   bursary  70.4

   course reports  73.6‒7; 77.13

   reports from Scotland  75.9–10; 86.16–17; 88.26–7; 89.23–4

patio heater canopies  108.12–14, 12, 13, 14

Patten, Joan  23.6

Patterson, Kate  66.6; 70.7

Patton, Joan  19.7

Pavey, Ken

   ‘The Caner’s Tale’  49.26

   on chair seating career  70.24–5

Pawson, Des, Knot Craft, reviewed  107.43

Paxton, Charlie  65.back cover

Payne, Mrs ‒  97.18

Payne, Arthur

   memories of  25th anniv.16, 48

   willow tie  55.14, 14

Peach, Harry  55.13; 73.27–9

peacock, willow  85.28

Peacock & Binnington  93.22

peanut holder  6.17

Pearce, Jenny

   book review by  101.18

   profile  111.36–8, 37

Pearce, Penny  90.61

peat/turf baskets

   gevelstenen  102.22, 22

   Ireland  56.10; 61.7

   Lewis (illus)  103.37–8; 106.28–32

   Man, Isle of  62.19

   Scotland  64.12, 12

peck cob  87.39

Peckham (London), workshop  50.48–9, 49

ped  89.12

Pendry, Dorothy, ‘Graham Glanville at Ardess House, N Ireland’  74.10

periwinkle  27.11

Pershore (Worcs), basketmaker  84.22–3

Pesata, Lydia  52.29–30

Petch, Fiona  23.6

Peterborough (Cambs)

   City Museum and Art Gallery  29.7

   exhibition/workshop  29.14

   Nene Park

      celebration  72.15

      summer meeting 1998  86.9‒11, 9, 10

      willow growing and basketmaking  60.19‒21; 71.20–1

Peterné, Lenz  68.21

Philippines

   chicken baskets  83.19, 19; 84.36

   Kalinga basketry  84.34–6, 35, 36

   pocket hats  77.19, 19

Phillips, S  94.27

Philpott, Frank  43.14

Philpott, Stewart  43.14

phoenix, willow  103.24, 24

photography  76.5–9

piano player  84.31; 103.21

Pickering, Stephen, work by  92.33–4, 33

picking knife  18.10, 11

picnic baskets  51.16; 56.23; 88.23

Pierce, Karen

   book review by  96.36–7

   work by  95.front cover

pig carrier  66.7

pigeon baskets  5.16; 22.14; 69.17; 85.24

Pilcher, Nellie, in conversation with Mary Butcher  60.25

Pilkington, Herbert  73.37

Pilkington, Hubert  58.15

Pilkington, John  58.15, 15

Pilkington, Sheelagh  46.10–11

pine basketry

   course at York  109.14–15

   Denmark  80.6

   Devon splint basket  58.16

   in exhibition  110.25–6, 25

   Latvia  59.6

   Poland  59.27

   see also Scots pine

pine root baskets

   Latvia  100.12, 13

   Poland  59.30, 31, back cover

pineapple fibre  90.33

Pinilla, Nieves  79.13, 14–17, 14

Pinnington, Andrea, on Norma Barwis  78.1

Pipe, Mark  69.14, 15

pira  72.28, 28, 29

Pitman, Tim, work by  108.6

plaited basketry

   Barbados  72.16, 17

   Belgium  98.26–7

   course  109.39, 39, 40

   elbow baskets  92.front cover

   fish  68.34, 35

   India  110.22–3, 22, 23

   Japan  90.21; 93.39–40

   Kew  90.33

   Malta  92.29, 29

   mat  50.16–19, 17, 19

   Nepal  71.9

   New Zealand  31.18–19, 19

   newspaper basket  64.22–5, 22, 23, 24, 25

   Philippines  92.31, 31

   reindeer  67.38–41

   rings  19.12, 13

   Solomon Islands  70.21

   spiral staircase inspired  95.36

   straw hats  67.30–1, 31

   straw work  51.6, 6; 68.17

   techniques  70.30–4, 31, 34

   see also borders; kete; open hexagonal weave/plaiting

plant supports  89.24, 28, back cover; 90.50

Plantz, Shereen la   

   The Mad Weave, reviewed  35.17

   Plaited Basketry: The Woven Form, reviewed  26.13; 105.30

   Brookfield Basketry Institute  31.14

plastic basketry  95.15–16, 16

plastic twine seating  91.40, 40

plate basket  56.36

Platz, Norbert  56.13

   ‘Irish Conference on Basketmaking and Willow Growing’  71.18–19

   ‘Norbert Platz, County Cork’  56.12–13

   on woodworm  72.33

plum basket  75.12, 12

poems

   anonymous  40.27; 92.5

   ?Crampton, Charles  103.1

   Foreman, Madeleine  25th anniv.47

   Goymer, Sally  42.8–12; 44.16

   Jackson, Shirley  42.13

   King, Rob  58.35

   Park, Maggie  110.14–15

   Powell, Ilene  3.1

   Thackeray, W M  86.33

poicons  62.18

Poland

   back basket  83.back cover

   basketry courses  67.26–9, 26; 71.16–17, 16

   basketry exhibition  69.13

   baskets  62.front cover; 66.back cover

   Polish Basketmaking School  75.13–14, 15; 90.8

   reedmace in willow and splint  84.inside back cover

   review of basketry (illus)  59.front cover, 11‒32, back cover

   talk on basketry  63.5

de la Pole, Carol

   bursary  108.9

   work by  104.back cover; 109.back cover

Pollock, Polly

   Basket-Making, reviewed  70.39

   bursaries  31.9; 59.3; 67.8

   congratulations  37.19; 40.26

   contemporary basketmaking  48.15; 25th anniv.40

   course by  61.6

   work by  45.21

polo posts  68.12, 13

pony express sculpture  87.45

Pope, Alexander  4.11

Popham, Chris  2.8

poplar  27.10; 36.6; 52.21; 60.26

port jars  50.25

Porteous, Sharon, work by  95.21, 22

Porter, Ann

   congratulations  87.10

   on mathematics and decorative art  86.28–9

   reports from Oxfordshire  88.24

   work by  83.25

   workshop by  90.25

Porter, Helen, ‘The Alternative Greenhouse’  85.7–9

Porter, Lew  74.22

Porter, Maureen  72.2

Porthleven (Cornwall) see summer meeting 2003

Portugal

   Algarve basketmaking  50.24–5

   basketmaker  67.36–8, 37

   tiles  89.17, 17

post office hamper  51.12

post office trolleys  50.48–9, 49

poster competition  56.25–6

Pot-Van Regteren Altena, Mia

   ‘The ‘Bakermat’’  69.22–4

   Fine Skeinwork Catalogue, reviewed  90.55

   ‘From a Village Market in Spain’  96.7

   ‘Hooded Wickerwork Chairs’  78.8–9

   ‘Round and Square’  101.41–3

   ‘St Julian of Cuenca’  100.26–7

   ‘In Search of Missing Links’  76.14–16

   ‘Stone Tablets (gevelstenen) on Houses in the Netherlands’  102.21–3

   book review by  70.38

   on

      A Basketful of Memories  73.36

      Basketmakers’ Panel, Utrecht  57.31

      skill borrowing  93.21

   request for information  55.17

Pot-Van Regteren Altena, Mia, & Hoog, Arie van t’, ‘Four 16th century Flemish Layette 

   Baskets’  111.30–5

potato baskets

   Brittany  51.21, 23

   Devon, land girls with  89.6

   Devon stave baskets  58.16–17, 17; 109.33–4, 33

   England, regional characteristics  93.22–3, 23

   Ireland

      Derryhale  56.11, 11

      Lough Neagh  56.front cover, 15‒16, back cover; 64.27

   Poland  59.17, 18, 27, 29, 30; 67.26, 26

   see also ciseog; gwyntell; sack fillers

potlatch pouches  77.26; 79.8–9, 8

Pottage, Ray  67.22

Potter, Beatrix, baskets  108.14–16

Potter, J & L, obituary by  78.4

pottles  48.2–3, 2

Poulter, Mary  48.5

Powell, Gabi  101.37; 102.32

Powell, Ilene, poem by  3.1

Powell, Judy, ‘Too Good for Potatoes!’  99.42–3

Pragnell, Valerie

   on materials  57.4

   work by  57.front cover; 87.34; 90.29; 98.28

prams  73.back cover; 101.20

Prescott, Lonnie  90.11; 91.5

Price, Barclay, ‘Setting a Selling Price’  72.35–6

pricing, baskets  22.9–10; 24.12; 51.18; 72.35–6; see also charges under cane seating; rush 

   seating

pricker  17.16

prickles  87.39; 88.14

Priest, Eileen  1.5; 2.8

primrose basket, cane  25.14, 14

Prior, George  25th anniv.15

prison, basketmaking in  6.8; 7.8–9; 8.7

Pritchard, Iorwerth

   ‘Standards in Chair Caning’  60.12

   ‘Star of Snowflake Chair Back’  61.18

   ‘Talking about Chairs’  45.2–3

   ‘Welsh Reflections’  38.11–12

   ‘What to do with Two Rows of Holes’  53.6

   congratulations  52.36

   on 

      caning  85.36–8

      caning tools  68.7

   secretary’s report

      1986  39.5–6

      1987  43.4

privet  27.11; 60.26

Projects Environment  63.11

provision hamper  51.16

Pryor, Elizabeth G, obituary  65.8

psychology, and the basketmaker  12.7–8

public liability insurance  80.25; 82.35; 89.30–1

publicity and promotions committee  60.5

Pulleyn, Bob (ed), The Basketmaker’s Art, reviewed  38.13

punnets  48.3–5

putchers  64.13–15, 13, 14

Pyrenees, basketry  108.41–4, 42, 43

python, willow  111.36, 36

qualifications

   chair seating  110.10, 18–19

   grading system  106.47–9; 107.15, 50–1

   listed  97.40–1

   training  109.16

Queen Elizabeth Scholarships  107.11–12; 110.7–9

Quick, Cecil  25.4–5

Quin, Peter, work by  75.8

Quinlan, Tom  68.14–15, 14

Quinlan family  56.2, 4, 12 

rabbit, willow  90.back cover

rabbit baskets  80.18; 103.47; 104.42, 42

rabbit hampers  22.13–14

raffia  88.31; 92.20–1

rainshield, Nepal  71.8, 9

Raiser, Dorothee

   ‘A Tiny Epoch of Basketmaking’  104.36–7

   at Porthleven  106.17

ram, willow  94.24

randing

   close/light  5.13

   English  8.8–9

   reverse French  81.12–13, 12, 13; 85.14–16, 16

randing iron  18.10, 11

random weave  57.20–1, 20, 21

Ranns, Winifred, ‘Swill Making at Home May 14th’  46.25

raspberry baskets  48.2–5, 2; 59.27, 27

Rathbone, Molly

   ‘Working with Willows at Ness Gardens’  54.3–5

   congratulations  90.53, 54

   course report  73.7

   demonstration by  90.50

   at Making Sense  74.17, 20

   on black willow  76.21   

   work by

      bark urn  78.3; 93.5

      Beyond the Bounds exhibition  78.19

      Brittle Star Fish  90.54

      Rush exhibition  110.20

rattan see cane

rattan harvest, Kalimantan  83.12

rattles

   rush  56.19

   willow  87.11

Rawlings, Cass  70.4

rawlplugs, willow  32.10

Rawnsley, Canon  29.9

Reading (Berks), Museum of Rural Life, basket collection  

   description  1.6–8

   exhibitions  5.12; 50.front cover

   history of  9.12–13; 50.3–6

   photographs  2.2

   potato baskets  93.22–3, 23

   visit to  29.7

Reading, Kate

   congratulations  19.7; 23.6

   Contemporary Basketry Group  48.15

   work by  45.21

Reagan, Nancy  38.26

recycled materials

   Collins, Eric  101.22, 22

   Walpole, Lois  95.17‒22, 20‒1; 109.43; 25th anniv.57

   see also newspaper; packing tape baskets; telephone wire basketry

redondo  50.24

reedmace sculpture  84.inside back cover

reedmace seating  68.front cover, 20–3, 22; 69.29

Reeve, Sue, obituary by  108.2

Regency chairs  74.34, 34

Reglar, Oliver, ‘Rush Harvest’  73.32

Reina, Dolores  79.13, 14–17, 15

reindeer, plaited  67.38, 39–41, 40, 41

Rendel, Shuna

   ‘Portuguese Tiles’  89.17

   ‘Woodland: Containment and Exclusion’  78.28

   ‘A Woodland Walk and Workshop’  78.7

   book review by  80.29

   contemporary basketmaking  48.15; 25th anniv.40

   course by  46.24–5

   at Making Sense  74.19

   work by  35.16; 49.32; 72.39; 110.20

Rennie, Maureen  19.7

reredos, straw  68.17

Rettig, August  54.5

Reyes, Jose  26.8

Rhode Heath (Ches), sculpture  84.5–6, 5

Riaño, Miguel  68.24

rib baskets, Sweden  86.12–15, 12, 13, 14

ribbon  60.27, 27

rice straw  71.8–9

Richards, Brian  99.38–40, 41

Richards, Stella, ‘Taking Part in Craft Markets’  4.12–15

Richards, Tina Anderson  87.15

Richardson, David  32.11–14

Richardson, Helen

   ‘Dyeing with Willow Bark Strippings’  65.32

   (ed), Fibre Basketry, reviewed  56.32

Richardson, Iris  23.5

Richardson, Laura

   ‘Rush Mats and Kneelers’  7.10

   congratulations  5.4

   summer meeting at home of  11.7–8

Richardson, Maureen, work by  78.21

rick finials  51.5

Rickard, Jill, ‘Advice Needed from the Experienced’  110.50

riempe (rimpie) seating  61.17, 17; 94.46; 95.45–6; 97.45

Riga (Latvia), market  100.11–12

Rijken, Georg, course by  79.28, 28, 29

rim, removeable bottom  54.6, 6

Rimmer, Zoe, ‘The Making of a Twined Shepherd’s Cape’  106.9–10

rimpie seating see riempe (rimpie) seating

Rippstein, Rudolf  109.36

rips  87.39

Ripstein, Herr  65.22

risk assessments  111.13–14

Risley Moss Nature Reserve (Ches), sculpture  82.16–17, 16

ritual sacrifice basket  110.47–8, 47, 48

Rixon, Miriam  1.5; 2.8

Roberts, Joan, work by  87.37; 88.31

Robinson, Carolyn, video review by  71.24

Robinson, John

   ‘Basketmakers at Work’  64.6

   congratulations  70.7

   as Prime Warden  67.4; 25th anniv.29‒30

   work commissioned by  97.14

Robinthwaite, John  102.33

rock balsam  72.18

rocking chairs  59.35, 35; 74.33, 33; 100.13

Rodder, Kirstie  73.36

Rodriguez, Ana Delia  68.32

Roex, Edmond  98.26

Roffey, Mabel

   classes by  60.25–6, 25

   profile  97.17–20, 17, 18, 19, 20

Rogers, Ferial  101.37

Rogers, Fred

   ‘Balloon Basket’  24.14–15

   ‘Did You Know?’  47.14

   ‘Fred Says/Ask Fred’  61.11; 62.26; 63.14

   ‘Harbour Signal Balls’  44.12

   ‘Introducing…’  61.10–11, 10

   ‘On the Plank’  4.10–11; 5.13–14; 6.14; 7.13; 8.8–9; 9.5; 11.14; 13.14–16; 14.16; 15.16–17; 

      16.16; 17.16; 19.8; 23.16; 24.13; 27.12–13; 29.15

   ‘Scotts Loom Chairs’  48.14

   ‘The Square Bodkin’  44.2

   ‘Times Have Changed’  40.12–15

   BA memories of  25th anniv.iii‒iv, 17‒18, 29, 42

   congratulations  7.4

   obituary  65.front cover, 2, 3; 66.12–15, 13, 14, 15

   on Covent Garden basket border  25th anniv.7

   talk by  3.2

   treasurer’s report

      1981  20.9

      1982  23.13

      1983  27.6

      1984  31.6

      1985  35.6

   trunk wale demonstrated by  38.7–8

   as tutor  4.7

   video reviewed  71.24

   work by  50.back cover

   workshops by  33.3; 38.6–7

Rogers Fred, & Butcher Mary

   ‘Borderlines’  36.9–10; 37.11, 14–15; 38.19–22; 39.15–16; 44.10–11

   ‘On the Plank’  33.6–7; 35.11–12

Rogers, Fred, & Dixon, Charlie, ‘In the Workshop’  50.48–9

Rokansai, Iizuka, Master of Bamboo Crafts, reviewed  66.36

Roman basketry

   Carlisle  58.12–14, 13, 14, 23

   exhibition  90.16–17, 16, 17

   Netherlands  64.front cover

   Trajan’s Column  102.39, 40

   Vindolanda  102.39–40, 39, 40

Romania, exported baskets  81.5

Rome (Italy) see Trajan’s Column

Rome, John  68.18; 85.39

Ronald, Paul The Basketmakers’ Company  13.3

roof lining, straw  58.5, 5

Roos Hall (Suffolk), stripping the willow  42.5

rope seating  85.34

ropemaking  48.16; 94.31–4; 101.20

Rose, Muriel  9.13; 50.3

round baskets, shape  63.14, 14

roundhouse, prehistoric  42.6–7; 44.3

Rowley, Geoffrey

   ‘Olives in Provence’  87.24–6

   on 

      entomological balloon basket  107.49–50

      straw wine  99.13

Rowsell, Gill  32.12

Rowsell, Jack

   obituary  82.7

   work by  58.4, 16–17, 17; 62.11; 109.33–4

Royal Blind Asylum Workshops, catalogue  55.28–9, 28

Royal Festival Hall (London)

   British Basket Show  30.6–10, 12

   craft fair  27.7

Royal London Society for the Blind, basketmaking workshops  5.6, 7

Royal National Institute for the Blind  16.5

Rudnik (Poland), basketmaking  59.14–16, 16

Rufford (Lancs), basketmaking  58.15

rum jars  7.8–9

Rumsey, Ian

   ‘What’s in a Name?’  74.38

   on

      caning a settee  85.35; 86.31

      caring for cane  76.22

      pricing cane seating  79.30

      staining cane  82.30

Rundell, Wayne  14.8

Rural Crafts in Japan, exhibition  101.front cover, 4‒7, 4, 6, 7

rush

   availability  8.13; 13.13

   buying  75.23

   cleaning  76.22

   dyeing  25.6–7, 13

   gathering  71.35; 73.32; 89.18; 109.27; 25th anniv.47‒8, 48

   growing  75.22

   quality  74.35–6

   rush bearing  25.3; 29.8–9

   soaking  9.6; 10.11; 11.5; 73.30; 75.23

   talk on by Mary Butcher  100.2–4

   twisting  24.10

   warning about fish hooks  84.16, 16

Rush, exhibition  110.19–20

rush basketry

   churches  6.9; 7.10; 14.14, 15

   exotic bird  69.33–5, 33, 34, 35

   frame baskets  100.39

   harvest knot  56.20

   hat moulds  82.29

   Ireland  56.10, 19–20, 19, 20, 21

   Italy  94.14–15, 14; 99.14–16, 16; 103.31–2, 32

   junket basket  14.17

   rattles  56.19

   screen  88.30

   shepherd’s cape  106.9–10, 9

   simple basket  42.9–10, 9, 10

   Turkey  40.11–12

   see also hats; mats, rush

rush cushion  21.12

rush seating

   adapted chair  85.32, 32

   bobbin-tarred chair  91.40–1, 40–1

   charges  1.4; 27.6; 31.8; 57.30; 65.19

   church chairs  88.3

   complaint  111.46

   methods of working

      Bishop, Susie  75.22–3, 25

      combined wisdom  28.6–8, 7, 8

      Gray, Grace  74.35

      Lemieux, Linda  73.30–1

      request for information  72.22

   mixed with cane  58.24, 24; 87.44, 44

   plaited  98.26–7

   request for examples  40.17

   rocking chairs  59.35, 35; 73.33, 33

   settees  75.26; 90.45; 109.46–7; 111.42–3, 43

   Spain  90.45

   straw-wrapped rush  25th anniv.57

   video  81.25

   window seat  92.33–4, 33

Russia, cane furniture?  65.17

Rutland local group  72.10

Saarenpaa, Sirpa, work by  98.19

Saarikoski, Sari, work by  98.20, 20

sack fillers  58.27

saddle panniers  14.16, 16

safety helmet, willow  43.13, 13

St Brigid’s cross, rush  56.19–20

St Evarzec (France), basketmaking  51.20–1

St Keverne (Cornwall), willow growing  17.15–16

St Margaret Pattens church (London)

   church services  104.8

   exhibitions  19.5; 105.6‒7; 25th anniv.24‒5

St Paul’s cathedral (London)  19.4–5

Sakuma, Hama  78.19

Salaman, Susan, ‘More Solutions to Awkward Corners’  71.22; 72.20

salicylic acid  16.3

Salisbury (Wilts), giant  103.17

sallow  86.13

Salt Spring Island (Canada), course  107.20–3

Salter, Ruth

   ‘A Most Unlikely Place to begin Hedgerow basket-making!’  63.9

   congratulations  110.5

   work by  110.34

   see also Lawrence, Sarah, & Salter, Ruth

Salvation Army  7.16–18

Samson, Heather  29.7

Sandal Beat Wood (Yorks), summer meeting 2004  110.16–18, 16, 17, 61–2

Sandberg brothers  80.7

Sanderson, Ann, work by  78.28, 28

Sandiford, Pauline, ‘How I Started to Teach Cane-Seating’  104.25–6

Sanky, Kate  94.16

Sarawak, baskets  73.28

sardine baskets  101.6, 6; 106.14

Sauer, Jane  31.15

Saunders, Chantal

   congratulations  107.14

   reports from Oxfordshire  104.28–9

Savage, Jeanie  110.5

Savolainen, Anelma, work by  98.21

Sawbridge, Kate

   ‘National Exhibition of Basketry and Chair Seating 18‒30 June 1996’  78.2–3

   ‘Rush ‒ a Customer’s View’  74.35–6

   on photograph of lobster pot maker  93.37

   reports from Wessex  90.27; 91.26

Sayers, Joan  87.15

Scaling, William  63.23–5

Scandinavian basketry, Christmas straw work  61.16

Schanz, Joanna

   ‘A Challenge’  100.30

   ‘Iowa Willow Weavers’  54.5–7

   course organised by  66.20  

   in New Berlin  52.41

Scharf, George  50.5

Schemanski, Marge, work by  85.19

Schlick, Mary  74.23

Schlicting, Lynne  103.26–7

Schneider, Alfred  65.24; 111.20–3

Schofield, Richard  87.10

Schorsch, Cass  74.23

sciathog  41.13–14, 14; 56.9; 61.7, 7

Scopes, Tony  65.16

Scotland

   cliabh see creels, Scottish

   craidhleag (crealagh)  28.9–10, 10; 91.9, 9

   grass basketry  94.31–5, 31, 35

   hen basket  79.front cover

   muc/mudagh  84.37, 37; 91.9, 9; 104.50

   The Scottish Basket  24.5–6, 5

   Spey curragh  50.22–3, 23

   split oak basket  52.28

   summer school 1993  67.18, 19

Scots pine  48.4

Scott, Pippa  106.38; 108.9

Scottish Basketmakers’s Circle  73.5; 75.9–10; 77.17; 80.25; 82.27–8; 85.29; 86.16–17; 

   87.38–9; 88.26–7; 89.23–4; 90.28–9; 91.24; 92.25–6; 93.29–30; 94.16; 97.42; 99.27; 

   102.35–6; 104.30; 106.39–41

Scotts Loom chairs  48.14

le scourtin  76.21; 87.24–6, 24

Scouse, John  48.4

screens

   rush  88.30

   willow  59.23, 26

screw block  18.9, 10

sculpture

   alder and jute pods  57.front cover, 4

   bamboo, abstract  57.6, 6

   cane

      egg  12.4–5

      lamp  95.front cover

      motorbikes  82.back cover; 93.38, 38

   classes

      Woodrow  87.12, 15

      York  94.23–5, 24

   free standing  98.29

   mixed media

      dragon  57.9

      The Dryad  82.17

      fish  76.front cover

      giants  50.44–5, 45; 102.8–10, 9, 10

      knight and two horses  49.back cover, back cover

      reedmace  84.inside back cover

      shields  57.4–5, 5

      Structure  57.9, 10

      Wind and Dragons  71.25, 25

   recycled materials, hexagonal plaited  71.28, 28, 29

   review of (illus)  25th anniv.36‒8

   rush, fish  98.20, 20

   straw, cockerel  25th anniv.10, 10

   topiary  88.31

   willow

      abstract, Manchester School of Architecture  83.9

      animals  79.26, 26; 82.14; 96.24

      armoured figure  46.front cover; 47.4–5

      Birch Dancers  82.16, 16

      birds  102.30, 31, back cover

      bottles  84.6, 6

      boulders  70.28, 29

      cat  99.40, 41

      Catch my Breath  98.29

      chrysalis/burrow  57.7, 7

      cockerel  84.front cover

      deer  98.37; 98.37; 99.28; 103.23, 23; 104.back cover

      deer and fawn  88.back cover

      depicting history of place  84.5–6, 5

      dog  99.29

      dragons  87.22; 95.43

      eagle  87.28

      elephant  87.17

      figure on seat  103.21; 25th anniv.36

      fish  85.24; 98.back cover; 103.21, 22

      Fly Agaric Mushroom  82.16, 16

      frog  99.29

      giants  102.11–12, 11; 103.16–17; 104.51

      goat  96.11, 11

      golfer  86.25; 103.21, 22

      griffin’s head  70.6, 6

      heron  103.20–1, 20

      knight chess piece  103.25, 25

      lady  107.38, 38

      lady with flower basket  103.23, 23, 24

      leaves  64.20, 21; 98.19

      Mythic Garden  66.11

      owl  87.29

      pagoda  47.4–5

      Pan & syrinx  103.front cover

      peacock  85.28

      phoenix  103.24, 24

      piano player  84.31; 103.21

      pony express  87.45

      python  111.36, 36

      rabbit  90.back cover

      ram  94.24

      seed pods  98.19

      spheres  98.37, 37

      Standing Forms  57.19

      swan  90.37; 91.front cover

      Sweeney Astray  25th anniv.37

      sweeping man  103.21, 22

      teddy bear  87.15

      tree  70.28, 29

      Mr Tumnus  103.25, 25

      twister garments  57.10, 11

      Viking ship  57.14, 15, 16

      wild knight  101.back cover; 103.25

      words  84.4–5

      see also living willow

scuttle work  58.20–1; 61.12

seagrass seating  69.31

Seal, Malcolm  91.5

seats

   living willow  72.12, 13

   willow  63.front cover, 21, 21

   see also figure on seat

Seattle (USA), basketry school  66.22–3

seaux de pompier  58.20

seaweed baskets  45.5

secateurs  74.37

sedan chairs  80.17, 17

sedge  109.13

sedge/straw seating  91.42; 99.14; see also straw seating

seed pods, willow  98.19

seedlepes  50.5

Seguret, Roland, work by  91.36

Seidenfaden, Eva

   The Art of Basketmaking: The Perigord Technique and Tradition, reviewed  110.59

   BA links with  25th anniv.53‒4

   Big Willow Day hosted by  96.8–12

   at Fête de la Vannerie  87.22

Seidenfaden, Marianne, work by  96.11, 11

Seifert, Richard jr  54.5

Seigan, Simone, & Fuller, Steve, course by  101.38–9

Sekijima, Hisako

   Projects from Basketry to Grass Slippers, reviewed  40.20

   BA links with  25th anniv.54

   courses/workshops by  31.14; 74.16, 17, 19

   talk by  90.18

   work by  74.16; 110.24–5, 24

Selfridges (London), exhibition  23.7, 9

Sellars family  60.19, 20

Sentence, Bryan

   Basketry: A World Guide to Traditional Techniques, reviewed  99.34–5

   ‘More about the Yucca’  94.36–7

   ‘The Tutsi ‘Igiseke’’  97.29–30

   on

      contemporary basketmaking  91.33

      Indian cradle baskets  98.12

sepak raga  53.20

serpettes  62.18

settees (illus)

   cane  85.35; 86.31, 32–3; 111.41‒2

   rush  75.26; 90.45; 109.46–7; 111.42–3

   see also couch

Severn estuary, eel traps  34.8, 8, 9

sewing basket  88.31

Seyfang, Klaus  95.29–30; 96.10; 108.16

sguilean  67.18

Shackleton, Sook, obituary  106.27

Shaker baskets

   described  52.21, 21

   hexagonal bottom basket  52.23–8, 24, 25, 27, 28

   interview with John McGuire  49.front cover, 3–7, 4

   profile of basketmaker  52.22, 22

Shakespeare, William, baskets  90.15

Shanahan, Joe  56.2, 4

shapes, round and square  101.41–3, 41, 42

SHARE  109.16–22

Sharman, Jennifer  52.41

shaving horse  28.13, 14

Shaw, Gillian  27.3

Shaw, Heather

   ‘Made in England’  81.5

   ‘A Pretty Good Way of Life’  93.15–18

   on contemporary basketmaking  80.4–5

   work by  67.35; 70.37; 88.30

shears  18.9, 10–11

shell baskets see ammunition baskets; bomb baskets

shellfish baskets

   Algarve  50.24

   North America  80.19, 19

   Suffolk  87.39

   Wales  45.5

   see also oyster tendle

shepherd’s cape, rush  106.9–10, 9

Sherman, Jackie

   ‘Whole Cane Varieties’  46.4–5

   congratulations  75.6

   hosts summer meeting  54.1

   on

      cane busts  62.27–8, 28

      summer meeting 1988  46.17

   work by  84.front cover

Sherwood, Dave  23.14

Shetland (Scotland), kishie

   course  90.43–4, 43, 44

   maker of  107.17‒18, 17, 18, 19, back cover

   video  101.15–16; 110.13

shields

   contemporary  57.4–5, 5

   willow  106.41–2, 41

shimnog  56.10

Shindler, Jose  96.10

ship, ‘Viking’, willow  57.14, 15, 16

Shipman, Gerald Flint, ‘The Visit of the Worshipful Company of Basketmakers to the Polish 

   National Basketmaking School’  90.8

ship’s cargo baskets  15.7, 8–9

ship’s signalling ball  89.8, 8; 90.11

shoes

   Finland  92.19; 95.13

   Nepal  71.9

   see also boots/bootees

shop knife  18.10, 11

shopping baskets

   Brittany  92.11

   Bristol  56.36

   cane  99.10

   cheerful  98.24–5, 24

   Finland  92.18

   France  107.37–8, 37

   largest  55.25, 25

   Malta  92.30, 30

   Poland  59.23, 23

   Wales  45.8–9, 8, 9

Showler, Karl  6.17; 8.4; 9.9

Shranks, Jack  50.48

Shuldham, Mary

   ‘The Beginnings of a Chair Seater’  101.34–6

   ‘Hedgerow Basketry’  20.15–16

   on

      an interesting chair  79.30

      settee arms  86.32–3

   work by  101.35, 36; 104.26

shutters, willow  101.10

Sibborn, Penny, ‘Chair Caning is Alive and Working in Kingston upon Hull’  110.54–6

sieves

   England  47.17, 17

   Japan  101.6, 6

signal balls see harbour signal balls; ship’s signalling ball

Silvestre, Ramon E J, Ethnoarchaeology of Kalinga Basketry, extract from  84.34–6

Simmons, Alastair & Janis  56.4, 14

Simmons, Louise  76.back cover

Singapore, cone shaped basket  54.22

sisal  71.9; 79.13, 14; 109.back cover

Sixsmith, Ralph  110.16

Skadden, Mrs  97.18

Skåne (Sweden), splint baskets  80.6, 7

skeined willow work

   at Big Willow Day  96.9, 9

   chair seating see willow chair seating

   course report  111.20–3, 20, 21, 22

   Franconian baskets  93.11–14, 11, 12, 13

   German basket  109.35–6, 35

   Latvian basket  100.10

   layette basket  74.27–9, 28

   Shaker basket  52.22, 22

   Swiss basket  99.back cover

   Ukrainian basket  102.front cover

skeining machines  83.16, 16; 92.32; 93.10–11, 10

skeining techniques  19.8

skeps  87.39; see also bee skeps

skib  106.11

Skinner, Reg  17.12

Slaithwaite (Yorks), lanterns  103.39–40, 39

slate baskets  45.5

sled, willow  72.back cover

slide collections  76.31

Slocom, Bonnie  52.41

Slovak Republic, basketry  77.14–15, 14

Slovenia, basketry  88.15–18, 16

Small, Lee  72.17

smallest basket  51.12, 12

Smerdon, Heather

   ‘Did You Know That…’  3.10

   congratulations  5.4

Smerdon, Lionel, & Lilian Heather, ‘Mystery Basket’  107.40

Smit & Co Ltd, ‘About Cane’  48.12–13

Smith, Ann

   congratulations  110.6

   reports from Hertfordshire  111.47–8

Smith, Annalisa, work by  57.7, 7

Smith, Brian  30.9; see also Smith, Millie & Brian

Smith, Brian, Milly, & Maire, ‘Charges for Chair Caning’  53.4–5

Smith, Carole  83.12

Smith, Caroline

   ‘Basketmaking in the Azores’  95.35

   ‘Bob Brandt ‒ willow grower extraordinaire’  97.46–7

   ‘Collins, Eric ‒ Tasmanian Basketmaker’  101.22–4

   ‘Fighting Sticks’  95.25

   ‘Impressions of Woodrow, 1998’  87.12–15

   ‘Learn to make the Hebridean Creel on the Isle of Lewis’  103.37–8

   ‘Summary of AGM 2002’  103.15

   ‘Worth a Detour’  109.37

   editorials by  102.1; 103.1; 104.1; 105.1; 106.1; 107.1; 108.1; 109.1; 110.1; 111.1

   reports from Yorkshire and Humberside  90.30

   summer meeting organised by  110.16

Smith, Fae  109.47–8

Smith, Francis  2.8

Smith, Maggie

   bursaries  72.2; 87.10

   congratulations  110.6

   work by  110.34, 35, 68

Smith, Maire see Smith, Brian, Milly, & Maire

Smith, Mike, work by  89.32

Smith, Millie

   ‘The Dark and the Light Side of Fairs’  27.7

   bursary  25.9

   congratulations  27.3

   demonstrations by  30.9

   see also Smith, Brian, Milly, & Maire

Smith, Millie & Brian, ‘A Blind Caner’  25th anniv.15

Smith, Neil

   ‘Basketmaker.net ‒ join in the fun!’  94.25–6

   ‘News Flash ‒ Flood Alert in Berkshire’  88.20–2

   ‘Report of the Summer Meeting at Nene Park’  86.9–11

   ‘Roman Basketry at Vindolanda’  102.39–40

   on 

      BA website  104.5

      Contemporary Basketmaking exhibition  90.52

   reports from Yorkshire and Humberside  86.18; 88.28–9; 90.30

   sulphur bin  91.back cover

   work by  88.22; 25th anniv.23

Smith, Pat & Kenneth  17.15–16

Smith, Richard  48.24

Smith, Thomas  18.15; 25th anniv.46

Smith, Warren, obituary  96.13–14, 13

Smithsonian (USA), furniture conservation programme  109.16

Smyth, Patrick

   ‘Basketmaking in Bavaria’  65.22–6

   Osier Culture and Basket-making, reviewed  64.27; 77.27

   passes on skills  104.34, 34

snail basket  78.back cover

Snell, Rosemary, ‘Colouring Chair Cane’  32.15–16

Snellgrove, Mark  109.33–4, 34

Snow, Civia  95.15–16, 15

snow shoes, Finland  95.13

snowberry  27.11; 60.26

Snuggs, Sam  100.43–5

soaking methods  28.12, 12; 38.15–16, 16

Sobrinho, Manuel Silvestre  67.36–8, 37

Sole, Jenny  6.4

Solomon, Wini  105.19–20, 19, 20

Solomon Islands, basketry  70.19–21, 21

Somband (Kraft Tape)  92.front cover; 93.39–40; 96.34–5, 35

sombrero  79.13–17, 13, 14, 15, 16, 17

Somerset Levels

   art project (illus)  100.28–9; 104.16–18

   Village Willow Days  103.17–18

   visit by Felicity Wood  108.21–6, 22, 46, 60

   willow growing see willow growing/processing, Somerset

Sørensen, Jane  87.40

Souter, Liz, ‘Boat Fender’  60.14

South Africa, basketry

   chair seating  111.40, 40

   telephone wire basketry  81.6–7, 6, 7; 95.18, 20

   Zulu basketry  68.11, 11

South East Basketmakers Group  103.35; 104.28

South East Thames Group  79.29; 80.24

Southport boat  50.6, 6; 73.28

Southwell, Andy  78.2; 97.32

Spain, basketry

   cesta holandesa  96.7, 7

   chair seating  90.45

   Pyrenean basketry  108.41–4, 42, 43

   see also Basque country; Catalonian basketry; Galicia

Sparre, Bodil  96.9

sparrow trap  1.7; 50.5

Sparsholt (Hants), course  107.15–17

sphere, willow  98.37

spherical basket query  89.8, 8; 90.11–13, 12

Spicer, Lillian  12.3; 19.7; 29.7; 31.9

Spiers, Joseph  84.22–3

spindle  27.11

spiral baskets

   bowls  88.44, 44

   cane vase  100.35–6, 35

   see also bouyricoun

splint baskets

   America  82.8–11, 8, 9, 10

   Denmark  80.6–10, 9, 10

   Devon  58.16–17, 17

   Galicia  83.6

   Poland  83.back cover

   Slovenia  88.17, 17, 18

split nails  17.4

split wood baskets, Poland  59.27–8, 27, 28, 30

Sporer, Karl, work by  62.16

Sprigg, June, & Larkin, David, Shaker: Life, Work and Art, reviewed  48.20

spring meetings (illus)

   1988  45.19–20

   1992  61.6

   1993  65.9

   1994  69.9

   1998  85.31

   2000  94.22–5, 27–8

   2002  101.27–31

   2004  109.13‒16

spring shears  18.9, 11

spruce basketry  88.17–18, 17

spruce root basketry

   Alaska  47.8‒10; 48.back cover

   Latvia  51.9

   Sweden  86.14–15, 14; 90.13, 13

Spurge, Sophie  56.21

Spurrier, Daisy  110.5, 34

square bodkin  25th anniv.22

stacked baskets  100.30

stake drying problem  1.8

staking  5.13–14

staking bodkin  18.10, 11–12

Stamford (Lincs), course  73.8

Stancombe, Susan  58.30

standing forms willow  57.19

Stanek, Mr  59.front cover, 30, 30

Stangle, Rosemarie  111.22–3

Stanton, Dianne

   ‘Gathering Honeysuckle and Elm Bark’  53.25–7

   in New Berlin  52.41

   work by  53.front cover

   workshop  74.22

Staple (Kent), basketmaking  47.18

star/snowflake pattern (illus)  61.18, 19–20; 62.22

stars, straw  61.16

Starzecka, D C (ed), Maori Art and Culture, reviewed  80.29

stave baskets, Devon  109.33–4, 33, 34

Stecher, Karen  67.22, 23

Steenvoorde (Belgium), giants  50.44

Stevens, Miss ‒  100.43, 47

Stevens, Fred, ‘Basketmaking or Wickerwork in the Past’  100.42–7

Steward, Sue, ‘Ten Material Baskets’  69.27

Steyvers, Jos, ‘Rush Plaiter Theo Claessens  98.25–7

stick chairs/furniture  70.9; 88.42–3; 91.42, 53

Stilton cheese basket  1.6

Stirling (Stirlg), courses  67.18, 19; 71.13–14

Stobbart, Val  48.15

Stockmann, Gudrun  19.7

Stoke St Gregory (Som)

   Coates visitor centre  108.25

   willow growing and preparation  2.4–7

Stokes, Marilyn  13.13; 22.5–6

Stokkem (Belgium), basketmaking  78.9; 98.25–7

Stone, Bridgette

   ‘A Warning to all you Rush Seaters’  84.16

   bursary  86.11

   on trade marks  84.16

   at Woodrow  87.15

   work by  90.72

stone jar casing  29.15, 15

Stone, Jean, ‘Boat Fender’  60.14

Stone, Oliver  110.47

Stonehouse, Gill, obituary  104.20

stools  106.10, 10; 110.28‒30, 29; 25th anniv.46

storm warning baskets  90.11, 12, 12

Stott, Ken

   Cultivation & Uses of Basket Willows, reviewed  36.15

   ‘The Long Ashton National Willows Collection’  60.16–18

   ‘The Long Ashton National Willows Collection, Part II’  61.8–9

   at Feckenham conference  67.24

   Long Ashton archives  109.9

   talk by  20.11–14

straddle  56.10

Strands, exhibition  104.22–3

Strang, Sally

   ‘Creel Workshop May 2003’  106.28–32

   ‘Plants and People ‒ a Visit to Kew Gardens’  90.32–3

   bursary  108.9

   congratulations  107.14   

straps  47.14

Stratfield Saye Group  72.9; 82.28; 84.30–1; 85.25, 28–9; 88.25–6; 89.25–6

Strathclyde University, exhibition (illus)  110.21–6

straw basketry

   Austria  78.29

   at BA summer meeting  103.50

   England

      Salvation Army hats  7.16–18

      straw plaiting  51.6, 6; 67.30–1, 31; 68.17

   France  93.19–20

   Galicia  76.3

   Ireland  56.10, 16, 17–18, 17, 18

   Isle of Man  62.19

   lip-work  34.10–12; 43.15; 51.5

   Luton Museum collection  55.20–1, 21

   Much Cowarne summer school  43.15–16

   Orkney  19.4; 21.13–14; 66.24–5, 25; 68.16–17

   Reading Museum  1.7

   Scandinavia  61.16

   talks  51.4–6; 99.48

   see also bee skeps; corn dollies; kishie; Orkney chairs; rice straw

straw embroidery  55.20; 98.16

straw lace, Swiss (illus)  46.22–3; 51.6; 65.27–9

straw marquetry  51.5; 55.20; 66.26–7, 27

straw seating  56.17–18, 17, 18; 90.45

straw splitting tool  89.12, 12; 91.38

straw wine  99.13

strawberry baskets  48.2–5, 2; 55.27; 93.7–8, 7

Streatham (London), willow growing  66.16‒17, 16

street criers  55.27

street seller, Latvia  100.14

Strickland, Gilly & Richard  15.4; 16.14

Strickland, Jenny  2.8

Stroud (Glos), course  73.8, 8

Strugnell, Ian  105.15

strum  91.8

Stungo, Ruth

   congratulations  110.6

   work by  110.front cover, 34

styrafoam cup baskets  36.13, 14

Suffolk, fishing weirs  89.16

Suffolk Group  73.4; 74.7; 77.17; 79.29; 81.23; 82.28; 84.30; 85.28; 89.24; 90.30; 92.24–5; 

   96.27; 98.33; 100.39

sugarre  62.19

Sullivan, Jenn  6.4

sulphur bin  91.back cover

sumac  52.29

summer meetings

   1978  8.4–5

   1979  11.7‒8; 25th anniv.10

   1980  15.4–5; 16.14

   1981  18.4

   1982  22.7

   1983  26.5

   1984  30.11

   1985  34.6

   1986  38.8–10

   1987  42.4

   1988  46.17

   1990  54.1

   1991  58.4–5

   1992  62.10–11

   1993  66.7

   1994  70.front cover, 8, 9, back cover

   1995  74.front cover, 11–15, 11

   1997  82.31

   1998  86.9–11, 9, 10

   2000  94.28, 29

   2001  98.34–5, 35

   2002  103.50–1, 50, 51

   2003 (illus)  106.front cover, 6‒21, 51

   2004  110.16–18, 16, 17, 61–2

sun canopies/shades

   Isle of Wight  80.20

   patio heaters  108.12–14, 12, 13, 14

   Turkey  79.back cover

Superdra  110.42–5, 43, 44, 45

Surrey Docks Farm (London), sculpture and installations  79.26, 26

Surrey Group  71.4; 72.9; 77.17–18; 78.16–17

Sussex trugs  18.15; 23.14; 25.9; 25th anniv.46

Sutherland, Patrick see Nicolson, Adam, & Sutherland, Patrick

Sutton, Dizi  91.5

Sutton-on-Trent (Notts)

   basketmakers  73.19–22

   buffing  21.9

Swaffham (Norfolk), basketmaker  110.49; 111.48

swan, willow  90.37; 91.front cover

Swancutt, Kay  87.10

Swanley (Kent), basketmakers  47.18

Sweden

   bowstring baskets  100.32–3, 32, 33

   chicken basket  83.19, 19

   largest basket  55.25, 25

   rib baskets  86.12–15, 12, 13, 14

   signal baskets  90.11–12, 11

   spherical basket  90.13, 13

Swedish Basket Company  80.7

Sweeney Astray  25th anniv.37

sweeping man, willow  103.21, 22

Sweet, Jacqueline  107.14

sweetgrass  27.14–15; 52.13; 85.20

Sweetzer family  37.8

swills see oak swills; willow swills

swing-handle baskets  37.front cover, 6–9, 6, 7

Switzerland

   basketmakers’ association  70.12–13; 83.13; 87.6–7

   basketmaking  22.6; 50.20; 63.10–11

   basketmaking in Guarda  103.36; 105.27

   skeined willow basketry  99.back cover

   straw lace  46.22–3, 23

   visits to

      Sally Goymer  87.11–12

      Sally Goymer & Sandra Barker  83.13, 13; 84.12–13, 12, 13

Sykes, Susan  2.8

tables

   coffee  92.34, 34; 111.44, 44

   Harrod’s tea table  36.7, 8

   newspaper  83.14, 14

Taiwan, basketry  66.7, 30–1, 30

Takamiya, Noriko  111.24–6

Tallow (Co Waterford), basketmaking  56.2, 4, 12

tambourines  47.17

tanks  38.15–16, 16

Tapley, Meg  25th anniv.7

   ‘Borderlines’  50.32–8

   ‘The Calf Muzzle’  51.8

   ‘Caning Through Small Holes’  53.7–8

   ‘Corn Dolly Tales’  11.10

   ‘Hedgerow’  24.9–10

   ‘The Scottish Basket’  24.5–6

   ‘Summer Meeting’  8.4–5

   book review by  58.31  

   congratulations  6.4; 8.3; 19.7

   course subsidy scheme  70.4

   courses by  16.10; 49.26

   on newsletter  75.33

   reports on northern meeting  50.47  

   work by  71.back cover

   see also Rogers, Fred, & Tapley, Meg

Tasmania, basketry  85.23; 101.22–4

Taylor, Harry  77.11

Taylor, Nathan see Wetherbee, Martha, & Taylor, Nathan

Taylor, Susie, ‘Frame Baskets with Lee Dalby’  106.13

teachers’ conference 1995  74.12–14

Teachers’ Directory  77.21

teachers’ forum  69.6–8; 77.20–1; 78.15; 87.30–1; 89.42–4; 90.57–61

teahouse, bamboo  111.28–9, 28, 29

teddy bear, willow  87.15

telephone wire basketry  47.1; 81.6–7, 6, 7; 95.18, 20

television basket  8.7

Tenza (Colombia), basketmaking  68.24–33, 25

TerBeest, Char, Wisconsin Willow ‒ Adventures of a Basketmaker, reviewed  35.17, 23

TerBeest, Char, & Nass, Rhonda, Gifts from the Earth: a basketmakers field guide to Midwest 

   Botanicals, reviewed  48.21

test tube baskets  80.35; 89.35–6, 36

Tewkesbury (Glos)

   summer meeting  34.6

   workshop  17.14–15

Textures ‒ Baskets from Many Cultures, exhibition  26.10

Teynham (Kent), basketmaking  47.18

Thacker, R E, Four-in-Hand  46.26, 26

Thackeray, W M, The Cane-bottomed Chair  43.9; 86.33

Thames, river

   charity trip (illus)  107.25–9

   race  81.8–9   

Thames Water (London), The Oak Room  51.31, 31

thatching  51.5

Thayer, Cynthia, Strong for Potatoes, reviewed  110.58

theatrical hamper  18.9–12; 20.14–15

Thidling, Marianne

   congratulations  87.10

   work by  82.7

Thierschmann, Michael

   ‘Bilberry Basket’  99.17–22

   ‘German Basketry Museums’  77.12

   ‘Willow Skeins and Skeining Machines’  93.10–14

   BA links with  25th anniv.54, 55

   class by  75.21

   on 

      contemporary basketmaking  80.2

      making a skeinwork replica  74.27–9

Thimbleby, Prue

   ‘A Basketmaker in India’  109.19–20

   congratulations  110.6

Thomas, Davina  23.5

Thomas, Glyn  45.5–6

Thompson, Linda, on Muck  86.30

Thompson, Lynda  2.8; 4.3

Thomson, Susie

   congratulations  78.11; 90.53, 54

   letter from as new chair  83.1

   Olympia event organised by  75.2

   at Woodrow  67.front cover

   work by  80.15; 83.31; 110.19–20

Thornley, Eric

   ‘Buffing and Peeling Buff’  60.22–4

   ‘Harvesting and Peeling White Willow’  58.9–10

   obituary  78.4

Thorpe, Pat

   ‘Cane Lion Masks’  46.12–13

   ‘Summer Meeting’  30.11

   congratulations  35.15

   Contemporary Basketry Group  48.15 

   work by  45.21

tibisiri  72.18, 19

tied straw work  51.5

tight work  6.14; 8.10

tiles, with image of basketmaking  89.17, 17

Tilff (Belgium), giants  50.44

tin lining  47.14

Titley, Alex  33.8–9

Tittensor, Ruth, ‘Beehives of Willow Basketwork’  53.16–18

Tittle, Shirley

   congratulations  107.14

   work by  106.24, 24

Tizadorgma (Hungary), brake from  92.16, 16

toilet, environmental  81.16–17, 17

Tokyo (Japan), workshop  111.24–5, 25

Tonga, basketry  82.12–13, 12, 13

Tonge, Victoria, ‘Beyond the Bounds’  78.19–22

tool box and work board, combined  21.15, 15

tools

   carrying  81.25

   names on Jersey  62.18

   sharpening  98.31

   use and maintenance  18.9–12

Torino, Susan  32.12

torpedo baskets  77.12

Tosi, Giangistino  66.33

Tours (France), basketmaker  47.4–5

Towers, Robin  25.8

Towner, John

   obituary by  90.46

   work by  106.36, 36; 109.46–7

Towner, John & Jeremy, work by  92.34, 34

trade list  13.7–8; 14.13; 15.13–14

trade marks  84.16

traditional rural crafts project  104.19

Trafford, Pam, reports from Clifton House Guild  72.8

Trajan’s Column (Rome), baskets  102.39, 40

transfer basket  80.20, 20

Transformations, exhibition  95.17–22, 20–1

transit hamper  55.28

tree, willow  70.28, 28

tree-pods  57.front cover, 4

tree seats  101.8, 8

treebogs  81.16–17, 17

trimming  18.15

trunk wale  16.16; 38.7–8, 9

Tuck, Paul  107.30

Mr Tumnus, willow  103.25, 25

Tunbridge Wells (Kent), basketmakers  47.18

tunnels, living willow  57.8; 72.12, 13

tuokkonen  92.18

Tupins, Vilhelms  51.9

Tupper, Peter & Ann  25.9

turf baskets see peat/turf baskets

Turkey, basketmaking  40.11–12, 11; 80.12–13; 81.3

Turner, Mr ‒  76.21

Turner, Darcy  83.14

Turner, Elizabeth

   profile  107.32

   work by  93.back cover

Turner, Sally

   on recaning gout stool  106.33

   work by  102.13, 13

Turney, John & Wendy  69.14–15, 14

Turney, Wendy  64.8

Tuschti, Werner  50.20

tutors  62.6

Tutsi basketry  97.29–30, 30

Tutton, Dick  51.7; 53.17

Tweedie, Linda  60.3

Tween, Norah  57.25

Tween, Ted

   congratulations  2.8

   courses by  13.8, 9; 14.6–7; 18.14; 19.17–18

   memories of  25th anniv.7

twill weave  71.8

twining

   basketry  94.36, 37

   Maori techniques  46.24, 25

   shepherd’s cape  106.9–10, 9

two-piece snoozer  110.28

Tyler, Helen, ‘Willow Growers under Siege’  73.10

Ueno, Masao, work by  57.6, 6; 74.17, 19, 20, 21

Ullrich, Mary, Oak Swill Basket-Making in the Lake District, reviewed  82.35

umbrella baskets  46.26; 62.20–1, 20

unemployment benefit  8.6

upsett

   advice  1.8

   French practice  85.12, 12

Upton, Rebecca

   on basket query  91.10

   editorial by  84.1; see also Upton, Rebecca & Veronica

Upton, Rebecca & Veronica, editorials by  85.1; 86.1; 87.1; 88.1; 89.1; 90.1; 91.1; 93.1; 94.1; 

   95.1; 96.1; 97.1; 98.1; 99.1; 101.1

Upton, Veronica

   ‘Chairs 2004 ‒ a very personal view’  110.27–30

   ‘The Lady has a Kind of Genius’  103.19–25

   ‘Living Willow Structures’  101.40

   ‘Sculptural Work in Willow’  79.6

   ‘The Star of David’  110.52

   ‘Traditional Rural Crafts Project 2002‒2003’  104.19

   ‘Where Most Things are Carried in Baskets’  108.33–7

   book review by  99.34

   congratulations  90.53

   course report by  60.9

   editorials by  92.1; 100.1; see also Upton, Rebecca & Veronica

   in Italy  99.16

   on 

      caned table top  111.44, 44

      competitions  89.21–2

      Polish Basketmaking School  75.14

   reports from Stratfield Saye  72.9; 89.25–6

   requests advice  84.18; 85.36

urn, rattan  57.17

Urquhart, Chris

   ‘Close Caned Chair’  74.32–3

   ‘Colouring Cane’  84.10

   ‘German Caned Chairs’  83.10

   ‘Loom Caning?’  88.38–9

   ‘Short Cuts in Chair Making?’  70.22–3; 71.22; 72.21

   chair query  78.31, 31

   congratulations  63.4

   on 

      mixed media chairs  87.44

      pricing  65.18–19; 76.18–19; 80.26; 84.18–19

      rocking chair  74.33

      rush seating  72.22; 73.30–1

      spiral medallions  66.28–9

      Teachers’ Directory  77.21

   treasurer’s report

      1998  87.5–6

      1999  91.4

      2000  95.4

      2001  99.4–5

   work by  25th anniv.46

Ursell, James, work by  97.36, 37

Ushi-don  91.13

Utrecht (Neths), St James’s church  57.31

Vaatainen, Anna-Maria

   ‘The Enchanted Garden’  98.front cover, 19–22, 19, 20, 21

   ‘Santeri Jekkonen ‒ birch bark basketmaker’  92.18–19

   lecture by  91.38, 38

   at Vissinggaard  96.9, 10

   work by  95.14; 98.front cover, 19

Vallabrègues (France), Fête de la Vannerie

   1997  83.24–5

   1998  87.22–3, 22, 23

   2000  95.29–30

   2002  103.45, 45

van  58.20; 61.front cover, 12–14, 14

Van Der Water, Tina, ‘Are There Pesticides on Rattan?’  39.12–14

Van-Standen, Vivian  73.9

La vannerie en Gaule romaine, exhibition  90.16–17, 16, 17

varnished baskets, Poland  59.15, 17

Vaughan, Susie

   Handmade Baskets from Nature’s Colourful Materials, reviewed  69.47

   on willow steaming  104.51

   Sunday Times letter sent in by  79.25

   work by  86.front cover, 1; 104.7, 8

Veda, Koichiro see Austin, Robert, Levy, Dana, & Veda, Koichiro

Vela, Julia, work by  89.28

Ventnor (IOW), museum baskets  87.41, 41

Verdet-Fierz, Bernard, work by  83.13

Verdet-Fierz, Bernard & Regula

   Willow Basketry, reviewed  70.38

   visits to  84.12–13; 103.36; 105.27

Vernon, Deirdre  106.21

Viall, Joy

   ‘Exhibition at St Margaret Patterns, 1981’  105.6–8

   ‘In Memoriam’ (Barbara Maynard)  31.5–6

   ‘Materials for Hedgerow Baskets’  6.11–13

   ‘Red Level Three or The British Basket Show’  30.6–10

   ‘Report of Summer Meeting June 23rd 1979’  11.7‒8

   at AGM 2000  95.8

   BA formation and  15.11; 25th anniv.i‒iv, 6, 29

   chairman’s address

      1980  16.14–16

      1981  20.5–7

      1982  23.9–10

      1983  27.4–5

      1984  31.6–7

      1985  35.4

   congratulations  1.5; 3.2; 6.4; 19.7

   obituaries by  77.3; 104.21

   on Barbara Maynard bursary fund  57.22

   secretary’s report

      1978  9.8–11

      1979  12.12–15

   summer meeting hosted by  8.4‒5

   at Woodrow  87.15; 103.47

   work by  10.3

   and Worshipful Company  37.5

Victoria (Queen), basketmaker to  63.23–5

Vienna (Austria), cane seating in museums  89.38–40, 39, 40

Villaines-les-Rochers (France)

   basketmaking  13.4; 18.13

   bouyricoun making  100.22–5

   photographs  109.9

   visits to  55.22–5, 24, 25; 86.7–8, 7, 8

Villanova di Bagnacavallo (Italy)

   festival  94.14–15; 99.14–16, 16

   visit to  103.31–2, 32

Vincent, Ralph  25th anniv.29

vindima  67.38

Vindolanda (Northumb), Roman basketry  102.39–40, 39, 40

virgi  92.29, 30

Virginia Creeper  88.44

Vissinggaard (Denmark), Big Willow Day

   2000  96.8–12, 9, 11

   2002  102.29‒31, 30, back cover

Vitmus, Peter, work by  100.12, 13

wacker  58.22, 22

Wade, Tim, ‘Timber, Trade and Tourism’  77.14–15

wagon, willow  61.back cover

Wagstaff, Roy  71.2

Walduck, Richard  93.35

Wales, basketry

   bardic chairs  45.2–3, 3, 4

   Cardiganshire lip-work  34.10–12

   fish baskets  45.25; 93.47

   frame baskets

      Carmarthen  76.21, 21; 93.29

      demonstrations  58.4; 61.6, 6

      descriptions and instructions  45.7‒9, 8, 9; 46.back cover; 79.10–11, 10

      memories of D J Davies  88.5‒8, 6, 8; 94.front cover

   mats  45.9, 10–11

   mining baskets  45.front cover, inside front cover, 5–6, 6

   see also Anglesey

waling

   4-rod  24.13, 13

   with notch  13.14, 15; 80.21, 21

   trunk  16.16; 38.7–8, 9

wall basket, willow  35.23

walnut basket  88.14; see also black walnut

Walpole, Lois

   ‘Borders in Cane’  46.6–8

   Crafty Containers, reviewed  84.45

   Creative Basketmaking, reviewed  51.24

   ‘The Emergence of Contemporary Basketmaking in Britain’  25th anniv.38‒41

   ‘Interesting Research’  93.5

   ‘Recycling Traditions: Basket Makers and their Materials’  95.17‒22

   ‘The Rizla Machine’  83.14

   ‘Teaching in the U.S.A.’  24.7–8

   ‘Textures – Baskets from many Cultures’  26.10

   ‘Two Cane Baskets’  25.14

   congratulations  19.7; 40.26

   Contemporary Basketry Group  48.15

   courses/workshops by  29.14

   editorials by  24.20; 25.20; 26.20; 29.19; 30.24; 31.24

   obituary by  39.3

   on 

      Basketry Focus  76.22–3

      dyeing cane  25.13

      Guildhall Fayre  19.4

      Thursley Gallery exhibition  35.16

   profile  109.42–4

   talks by  55.5–6; 74.22–3

   visits Indian basketmakers  109.16–18, 17, 19, 20

   work by

      Baskets  33.7

      Chelsea Crafts Fair  80.15

      A Festive Table  24.10

      ‘grown home’  109.43–4, 43, 44

      linen basket  54.back cover

      Peterborough  29.14

      recycled materials  69.back cover; 25th anniv.57       

Walpole, Lois, & Ellis, Enid, editorials by  27.20; 28.20

Wantage (Oxon)

   Apple Day  72.11, 11

   spring courses

      1988  45.19–20

      1992  61.6

      1994  69.9, 9

Warburg, Primrose, ‘Gardening with Willows’  63.22

Warcop (Cumbria), rushbearing  29.8–9

Ward, Marina  6.4

Ward, Peter, ‘Wicker Man’  102.11–12

Ward, Susan  110.5

warehouse basket  54.8

Washburn, Newton  37.8

waste paper baskets  56.23; 60.back cover

Waterperry House (Oxon), Art in Action  19.6

Waters, Elizabeth  19.7

Watkins, Jan, on Danish cord seating  111.39–40, 39

Watson, C E, ‘An Old Use for Basket Weaving’  77.10

Watson, Eileen, ‘Motor-Bike Side Car’  53.10; 54.2

Wattles, Christine  23.6

Way, Linda  110.58

Wayman, Maureen  74.19

Weaving Willow, exhibition  69.13; 25th anniv.26‒7

Webb, Helen

   ‘Living Willow Sculpture’  72.front cover, 12–13, 13

   bursaries  53.3; 56.31

   obituary by  71.31

   work by  57.12, 13, 13

Webster, Marjorie

   on 

      City & Guilds course  95.47

      skeined willow seat  84.17

   work by  42.5

Webster, Marjorie & Peter  18.14–15

weeping willow  4.11; 25th anniv.45

weights  35.12

Weir, Paul, ‘An Unusual Commission’  108.12–14

weirs  60.28–9; 89.16

Welfare, Frank  91.36

Wellby, Elizabeth, work by  57.18–19, 19

Welsh Basketmakers’ Group  93.28–9; 94.18; 98.33; 104.32–3; 105.16–17; 106.37–8

Welsh Folk Museum, summer meeting  58.4–5

Wembley (London), Crafts Easter Expo  14.5–6

Wendrich, Willemina, The World According to Basketry, reviewed  98.43–4

Wessex Group  77.18; 90.27; 91.26; 92.22; 94.17–18; 97.43; 98.32; 101.12–13; 104.31

West, Jack  25th anniv.7

   ‘Jack West – Today’  69.20‒1

   ‘Polo Posts’  68.12–13

   ‘Recollections’  22.13‒16; 69.16–20

   an appreciation  107.31

   on 

      Basketmakers’ List  84.23

      motorbike side car  54.2

West Amana (USA), basket factory  82.10–11

West Kilbride (Scotland), Craft and Design Town concept  108.45–6

West Mersea (Essex), oyster tendle  32.7

Westhope College (Shrops), autumn course  96.25

Westonbirt (Glos), chair symposium  110.27–30, 28, 29, 30

Westonzoyland (Somerset)

   willow growing  108.22, 46, 60; 109.41

   Willow Weekend Festival  107.30, 30

Wetherbee, Martha, ‘The Perfectly Practical Basket’  37.6–9

Wetherbee, Martha, & Taylor, Nathan, Legend of the Bushwaker Basket, reviewed  38.13

Whalen, Sandy

   ‘Willow Thoughts’  52.11–13

   moulds used by  89.36

   in New Berlin  52.41

   visit to  66.20   

wheatsheaf handle  47.14

wheel guard  46.26

wheelchair  100.back cover

whiskets  58.18, 18–19

White, Gwen

   ‘Starting to Teach Canework?’  5.11

   congratulations  9.14; 12.16

   obituary  77.3   

white ash  52.2–5

Whitehead, Betty

   congratulations  19.7

   obituary  77.3

   on Selfridges exhibition  23.7

Whiteing, Don  102.11

Whitfield, Jocelin

   ‘Centro Etnografico della Civilta Palustre’  99.14–16

   ‘Choosing the Border’  84.8–9

   ‘Hands On’  96.17–21

   ‘The Structure of the Cesto’  94.10

   ‘The Swiss Basketmakers’ Association’  87.6‒7

   ‘Visit to the National Willows Collection, Sept. 98’  87.16–17

   ‘Willow Images’  25th anniv.36‒8

   congratulations  90.53

   courses by  87.12, 15, 28; 88.25–6

   death announcement and obituary  105.1; 108.2

   on

      AGM talks  87.6‒7; 95.9‒10

      BA rush course  79.32

      competitions  89.20

   profile  103.19–25, 19, 20, 22–5

   video review by  88.40

   work by

      child bike seat  94.back cover

      deer  88.back cover

      fish  85.24

      golfer  86.25

      Pan & syrinx  103.front cover

      piano player  84.31

      seated figure  25th anniv.36

      swan  91.front cover

      wild knight  101.back cover

Whitten, Paul  26.8

Whittick, R J

   ‘On Photographing Baskets’  76.5–9

   photographs by  109.9

Wicker Man  102.11–12, 11; 103.16–17; 104.51

Widness, Jim  66.21; 67.9

wig stand  73.10–11, 11

Wigmore Hall (London), settee  111.41–2, 41, 42

Wilcox, Les  86.11

Wilcox family  60.20, 21

Wilg en Mand  107.34; 109.9

Wilkinson, Graham

   ‘A Rosewood Regency side chair’  74.34

   on plastic twine  91.40, 40

Wilkinson, Jackie, work by  63.19, 19

Wilkinson, Jane

   ‘Basketmaking in the Hebrides’  78.13

   ‘Celtic Baskets’  78.10–11

   bursary  74.6

Wilks, Clare

   ‘Leather Vessels Exhibition London, 2003’  109.23–5

   on David Drew’s fence  25th anniv.36

Williams, A P

   ‘The Ancient Craft of Basketmaking’  6.8

   ‘Ancient Crafts’  7.8

   ‘Baskets Behind Bars’  6.8; 7.8–9

   ‘Baskets on ‘The Box’’  8.7

Williams, Albert

   ‘Basket Makers’ Trade List’  13.7–8; 14.13; 15.13–14

   ‘Clapham Common Horse Show ‒ 25th‒27th August 1979’  12.4–5

   ‘A Note on Split Nails’  17.4

   ‘Tools for Basketry ‒ their use and maintenance’  18.9–12; 20.14–15

   ‘An Unusual Request’  11.9

   on basketry in industry  14.13

Williams, Caradoc  15.4, 10

Williams, Meryl  64.3; 74.6

Williams-Davies, John, ‘Frame Baskets’  45.7

Willmer, John & Frances  66.7

willow

   ‘black’  76.21

   charging for in class work  65.14

   colour variation in brown rods  39.8–11

   folklore  79.21

   pests  58.23

   soaking  71.36; 72.33; 78.30; 99.13

   steaming  104.51

   storage  81.24; 104.51

   transporting  74.back cover

   whitening  91.back cover

   withy names  4.17

   see also weeping willow

willow bands  47.11, 12

willow bark  16.3

willow beds, for water purification  93.8

willow chair seating

   Regency  8.6

   skeined

      chairpersons’ stories  49.16; 72.20

      Chile  90.40–1, 40

      repairing  33.4–5

      requests for information  83.17, 17; 84.17

   Somerset chair  53.12, 12

   whole willow query  39.23

willow chairs

   course at York  101.27, 27

   double plait finish  97.25, 25

   Somerset  48.7

willow edges  108.24, 24

willow growing/processing

   advice on planting a bed  77.4–6

   America  52.6–10, 14–15, 15; 54.5

   archives of Ken Stott  109.9

   BA booklet  90.14; 100.19

   black polythene debate  53.9

   bolt making  54.20, 21; 59.22, 22

   buff willow  21.9; 51.25; 59.21, 21; 60.22–4; 73.19

   Cambridgeshire  17.12–13

   Cornwall  17.15–16

   Devon (Dukes Mill)  89.9–12

   Essex  43.10–13; 82.14–15

   extra tall willows  44.12; 25th anniv.48

   France  55.22; 90.48–9; 109.9

   a grower’s view  25th anniv.41‒3

   Hampshire  100.42–7

   Highgrove  107.9

   Ireland  34.13; 56.6, 12, 14, 15

   Isleworth  69.12, 12

   Lancashire  18.15

   Latvia  51.9; 100.11

   London  58.8–9

   Long Ashton  60.16–18; 61.8–9; 87.16–17; 93.9; 109.9

   Lyme Regis  109.9

   Madeira  94.7–8, 7, 8

   Nene Park, Peterborough  60.19–21; 71.20–1; 72.15

   Ness Gardens  54.3–5

   Northumberland  97.46–7

   Ouse estuary  9.7

   personal experience  63.15–18, 22

   Poland  59.14, 16, 16, 17, 19–22, 20, 21

   Quarry Bank  99.32

   Somerset

      archives  109.9, 10

      art project  104.16–18, 16, 17, 18

      Farmers Weekly article  13.13

      film  9.14

      Garland family  15.6

      harvesting  48.6–7

      memories of flooding  7.11–12

      news from 1984  30.14–15; 31.10, 10

      recollections by Reg Hector  69.14–15, 14

      threat to  61.3; 73.10

      visit to, 1976  2.4–7

      visit to, 2004 (illus)  108.front cover, 21–6

   Streatham  66.16–17, 16

   Suffolk  7.9

   Sutton-on-Trent  73.19–22

   talk at AGM  20.12–14

   Victorian  63.23–5

   Wales  88.5–8; 103.11–13, 12

   white willow  58.9–10

   see also willow varieties

willow herb  17.4; 25th anniv.61

Willow Pool Baskets  68.18–19; 72.14

willow stripping

   experience of Bill Wittering  54.19–20, 20

   festivals  42.5; 25th anniv.35

   Hampshire  100.44–6

   Italy  92.15–16, 15, 16

   Somerset  108.22, 22

   techniques  49.9–12; 50.46–7; 58.10; 59.21

   see also brakes

willow swills  85.39–41, 39

willow ties  55.14, 14

The Willow Tree  57.8, 9

willow varieties

   growing in Ireland  77.4–6

   Lancashire  18.15

   Long Ashton  61.8–9, 16–18

   native species  17.18

   Ness Gardens  54.3–5

   Somerset  2.4, 4.10

willow walls  57.12

Wilson, Kim  27.3

Wilson, M J, work by  84.24; 89.41

Wilson, Sally

   ‘A Visit to the Willow Growing Project in Streatham’  66.16–17

   congratulations  63.4

Wilson family  82.10

Winchester (Hants), Hyde Abbey Sawmill  47.17

wind, sculpture  71.25

window seat  92.33–4, 33

Windsor, duchess of  3.10

wine hamper  51.16

Winkler, Bent  96.9

winnowing fans/baskets

   California  105.24–5, 24, 25

   China  55.17, 17

   England

      NT commission  60.9; 68.36

      Reading Museum  50.5; 58.20

   France  

      photographs  109.9

      van  58.20; 61.front cover, 12–14, 14; 96.24

   Germany  77.12

   gevelstenen  102.22, 22

Winson, Clive, work by  91.56; 103.20

Winston Salem (USA), basketry convention  66.19

wintell  76.21, 21

Winterborne, Sheonagh

   ‘The Last Summer School at Woodrow’  103.29–30

   on diagonal caning  101.33   

Winterthur (Switz), basketmaking school  63.10

Wiston Lodge (Lanarks), weekend course  73.6–7

Witham, Christine  19.7; 23.6

Witham, Jill  48.5

Wittering, Bill

   ‘Stripping the Willow’  54.19–20

   bursary  47.10

   on 

      willow coffins  80.5

      willow soaking  99.13

      winnowing fan commission  60.9; 68.36

      woodworm  71.34

   work by  107.front cover

Witzgal, Bernd, work by  58.27; 62.14‒15; 111.front cover, 23–4, 23

Wolkowski, Wladyslaw, work by  59.32, 32

Woll, Peggy  52.41

Wood, Felicity

   ‘A Basketmaker in Rural Japan’  91.13–16

   ‘A Basketry Journey in Japan’  90.18–22

   ‘Baskets and Beatrix’  108.14–16

   ‘A Bit of a Rush’  100.2–4

   ‘A China Journey ‒ keeping an eye out for baskets’  104.39–40

   ‘A Transcript of the Kishie Video’  110.13

   ‘A Visit to the Somerset Levels’  108.21–6

   book reviews by  105.31–3

   at meeting in Oxford  91.22

   profile  104.38

Woodmason, James Steere  89.9

Woodrow (Bucks), residential courses

   1979  12.13–14

   1981  19.14–16, 16–18

   1983  26.4–5

   1985  35.9

   1987  43.16

   1988  49.26

   1992  63.8

   1993  67.front cover, 20, 22–3, 22, 23

   1994  71.14, 15, 15, back cover

   1995  75.20–1, 21

   1996  79.12

   1997  83.32–3

   1998  87.12–15, 12, 13, 14, 15, 28–9

   1999  91.19, 42–3, 53

   2001  99.front cover, 28–9

   2002  103.29–30, 46–7, 60

   memories of  25th anniv.45‒6

Woods, Ronald, obituary  70.10, 10

woodworm  71.34; 72.32–3

wool baskets see craidhleag (crealagh); muc/mudag

Woolley, Norman  111.49

Work, Jimmy  107.17‒18, back cover

Working with Willows, exhibition  61.4

workshops, willow workers  50.48–9, 49

World War 1 & 2 basketry

   airborne supplies  34.13

   cannon baskets  67.32‒3

   Germany  77.12

   Land Army girls  7.9

   see also ammunition baskets; bomb baskets; torpedo baskets

Worshipful Company of Basketmakers

   apprentices  105.5

   and Basketmakers’ Association  25th anniv.29‒30

   basketmaking examination poster  67.17

   Best of British Basketmaking competition  70.6–7, 6; 90.53–4

   bursaries  47.2

   competitions  89.19–20

   exhibitions see City of London festivals

   freedom granted by  5.6; 7.4; 23.13

   history of  11.11; 13.3; 104.6–8

   Lord Mayor’s Show  93.33–5, 34, 35

   memories of a member’s wife  74.30–1

   Poland, visit to  90.8

   Prime Warden’s address 1999  89.13–14

   race  81.8–9, 8, 9

   report

      1977  7.14

      1981  20.10–11

      1993  67.4–5

   rules, orders and regulations  40.12–15

   video  104.9

   yeomen members  37.5; 70.7; 75.7

Worth, Dick  24.14–15

wreaths, willow  59.18

Wren, Sir Christopher  19.4–5

Wright, Dorothy

   ‘American Basketry’  11.3–4

   The Complete Book of Baskets and Basketry, reviewed  6.7; 27.8; 61.28

   ‘The History of the Basket Collection at the Museum of English Rural Life at Reading’ 

      50.3–6

   ‘Repairing Victorian Willow Chair Seats’  33.4–5

   ‘Some Basketmakers in the Appalachian Mountains and New England’  14.7–8

   memories of  25th anniv.6, 17

   nativity play by  83.11

   obituary  80.13

   requests information on willow chair seats  8.6

   on Sylvian Dupont  47.4

   talk by  9.12‒13

Wright, Molly  25th anniv.6

Wright, Peter, ‘Poor Cane’  61.15–16

Wright, Susan Garrett

   congratulations  78.11

   reports on Making Sense  74.17–21

   work by  71.28–9, 28, 29; 78.19

wych elm  27.10

Wynne, Gillian, obituary  56.22

Wynter, James, ‘The Lake District Coracle-making Course’  94.11–13

Wynter, Sheila

   ‘Arthur Payne’s Willow Tie’  55.14

   ‘A Tale of Two Mentors: Albert Crampton and Arthur Payne’  25th anniv.16

   ‘Travelling Down Under’  85.23

   ‘Willow Weavers at Clissett Wood’  101.44–5

   ‘Woodrow 1985’  35.9

   congratulations  90.54

   coracle making  50.23

   courses by  42.12; 45.19; 63.9; 78.13, 14; 79.32; 90.9–10; 94.11–13; 107.35

   in Italy  99.16

   on motorbike side car  54.2, 28

   reports from Gloucestershire  88.23

   on TV  47.13

   work by  78.2; 110.28; 25th anniv.16

Wyre Forest (Worcs), summer meeting 2002  103.50–1, 50, 51

Wyre Forest baskets  58.18, 18–19

Las Xerras de Ulla, exhibition  104.43–5, 43

Yankee baskets  49.6

yard stick  18.9

Yarner Trust  92.17

yeast baskets  49.31; 56.front cover, 15

York (Yorks), spring courses (illus)

   2000  94.22–5, 27–8

   2002  101.27–31

   2004  109.13‒16

Yorkshire and Humberside Basketmakers Circle  85.30–1; 86.18; 88.28–9; 90.30

Yoshida, Yusuke  111.26

Youdale, Roy

   ‘Basketmaking in Chile’  90.39–41

   ‘A Grading System for Basketmakers’  107.50–1

   ‘A Reusable Willow Coffin Cover ‒ an Unusual Commission’  105.40

   ‘Spotlight on the Committee’  82.22–4

   ‘A Weekend of Traditional Basketmaking with Colin Manthorpe at Stroud’  73.8

   ‘The Willow Growing Publication is Now Available’  100.19

   ‘The Woodrow Summer School – Some First Impressions’  71.15

   book review by  88.40

   Bristol and Bath Basketmakers Cooperative  97.32

   bursary  74.6

   congratulations  78.11; 93.1

   courses with  78.2, 3; 101.25–6

   on

      competitions  88.32–3; 89.19–22

      National Exhibition of Basketry and Chair Seating  78.3

      secateurs  74.37

      soaking willow  71.36

      teachers’ forum  81.11

   reports from Avon Group  74.8

   at Wantage  69.9

   work by  107.30, 30

Youens family  33.5

Young, David, on cane supplies  51.23

yucca  81.4; 93.37–8; 94.36–7, 37

yurts  79.26; 80.17, 17; 92.17; 96.16; 103.50, 51

Zalite, Zita  100.12

ziekenmatten  69.24

Zimbabwe, basketry  38.12–13

Zulu basketry  68.11, 11