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defpoints: “ Doug Johnston Designsponge interview “ Coiling is one of the oldest techniques for creating basket or ceramics vessels, and there are many variations.

From the untreated, raw cotton that forms the bulk of his baskets to the primary-colored thread that holds them together with a simple zigza...

From the untreated, raw cotton that forms the bulk of his baskets to the primary-colored thread that holds them together with a simple zigza.

Studio of textile artist Liz Payne. Photo: Lisa Tilse for We Are Scout

Space to Create: Textile and embroidery artist Liz Payne

Cotton rope baskets line the windowsills in Doug Johnston's Studio! From Studio Tour: Doug Johnston #studiotour

Cotton rope baskets line the windowsills in Doug Johnston's Studio! From Studio Tour: Doug Johnston

house Freshome 09 A Pragmatic Architecture Project: Weaving Studio by Prentiss Architects

Image 3 of 17 from gallery of Weaving Studio / Prentiss Architects. Courtesy of Prentiss Architects

i have at least one million functional but ugly baskets in storage in nyc. what a smashing way to give new life...

DIY Trend: Painted Baskets

DIY Trend: Painted Baskets - The painted basket trend may not be brand new, but it seems to keep growing. It's easy, it looks good, and it's an inexpensive way to update your storage space, (especially if you've used the same baskets for years)

My "desk", one of several in my studio, which is featured today on From The Desk Of: http://fromyourdesks.com/2012/04/19/doug-johnston/

“Since making the stitched rope pieces has become my full time job, most of the time the studio is arranged for that work.

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is a store in Portland, Oregon that features items that are suitable for everyday use as well as the grand occasion.

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