basketry

[bas-ki-tree, bah-ski-]
noun
1.
baskets collectively; basketwork.
2.
the art or process of making baskets.

Origin:
1850–55; basket + -ry

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basketry (ˈbɑːskɪtrɪ)
 
n
1.  the art or practice of making baskets
2.  baskets collectively

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Example sentences
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.
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