/ˈbæs kɪ tri, ˈbɑ skɪ-/
the art or process of making
the art or practice of making baskets
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Sometimes his pieces resemble hybrids of basketry and cooperage.
It was during a required in-service training session that she discovered basketry.
For example,bones were made into awls and used for basketry and leather working.
As a result of these changes, basketry styles changed and became hybridized.
It is also of interest that a people who were fairly expert at basketry should have taken the pains to carry on this industry.
Elderberry twigs and fruit are employed in creating dyes for basketry.
Spring was also the time to collect camas bulbs and basketry materials.
Basketry, weaving, wood carving, and metal working were also unknown among the comanches.