Twined Basket Kit: A Tutorial And How-To Guide

Twined baskets are one of the most popular types of baskets you’ll find in stores and online. They’re stylish, versatile, and easy to make. Plus, they make a great gift. In this tutorial, we will show you how to make a twined basket in just a few easy steps. Along the way, we’ll provide a how-to guide so that you can make the basket exactly the way you want it. So start knitting those baskets today!

What is a Twined Basket Kit?

A twined basket is a unique and beautiful craft that can be made using just a few supplies. This tutorial will show you how to make a twined basket in just minutes, and help you understand the basics of weaving. Once you have mastered the basics of weaving, you can easily create more complex baskets with advanced techniques.

What You’ll Need:

-Basket Weave Fabric (or any fabric that can be woven)
-Weaving Tools (threads, scissors, needle)
-Ruler or Measuring Tape
-Paint or Mod Podge
-Spritzer Bottle or Paintbrush
-Basket Stand or Table

How to Make a Twined Basket Kit

Making a twined basket is as easy as one, two, three! In this tutorial, we will show you how to make a simple twined basket using common household items.

To begin, gather the following supplies:
-Two pieces of sturdy cloth (any color will do)
-A needle and thread
-Basket weaving tool or scissors
-Ruler or piece of paper to measure length and width of each cloth strip
-Dried beans or rice (for weight)

1. Begin by folding each cloth strip in half so that the raw edges are together. Pin the ends together securely with a needle and thread. Make sure that your folds are tight and evenly spaced. You should now have a square shape.

Take your basket weaving tool or scissors and cut two evenly long strips from your folded cloth square. The strips should be at least twice as long as they are wide, but no longer than twice as wide as they are long. Be sure to keep the folds in place as you cut them!

Next, measure the height of your finished basket by tracing a line along one edge of one of the strips and then measuring off 1 inch on each side. Repeat for the other strip. Cut along the traced lines with your scissors/tool, leaving a 1 inch border around each circle (see picture below). If using dried beans or rice for weight, add these now to both circles until they’re


In this tutorial, we will show you how to make a twined basket using natural materials. This project is easy and can be completed in a short time, so it makes a great craft for beginners. After completing this tutorial, you will know how to make a twined basket from start to finish. We also provide a how-to guide that will help you put the pieces together seamlessly. Have fun making your own beautiful basket!