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Cone #019

Cone #019 is made following the same instructions as given for Cone #018. You may however, start weaving in several ways rotating the two basic cones a little. For the cone on the picture above the two base cones are aligned and the diamonds near the base will be cut in halves. You may also…

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Cone #018

Cone #018 is in principle the same as Cone #016, however now the strips are a little longer facilitating adding strips of paper along the top edge. Start weaving the cone flat on the table as explained for Cone #017. Form the cone base and fix with glue. Weave using the mold – Page 3/3.…

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Cone #017 Maple Leaves

Made from red and white paper this Cone #017 is for Canada. Any other colour will do if you just want a basket with maple leaves. Cutting out is most efficient with a cutting machine. Weaving is somewhat an ordeal, however, you will learn by experience and speed up the process if you decide to…

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Workshop in Copenhagen

PaperMatrix is inviting you to a paper weaving workshop in Cafe Retro Jægersborg-gade, Copenhagen, Denmark.  The workshop is open Saturday December 1st and Sunday December 2nd both days from 1 pm until 4 pm. We will be making Heart #006, Heart #037, the balloon from Mobile #001 in double size, and a new simple Cone #016.…

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Cone #015 Build a Cone

This hyacinth glass belonged to my grandmother. In mid December she bought the hyacinth bulbs. She placed the bulb on top of the glass and added just so much water that it did not touch the lower side of the bulb. Then it was stored in a dark, cool place – no frost.  When the…

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Cone #014

This Cone #014 is woven like any other cone, although it tends to entangle while weaving. Cut out the two pieces, line up and fix in place with glue. Form the basic cone and  fix that with glue. Start weaving. While weaving fix each flower with a paper clip at the top arc. After weaving line up…

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Cone #013

  Cone #013 is a four colour version of Cone #004. Cut the four pieces in different colours and place Part 1 flat on the table. Now stack Part 2, 3 and 4 so that the small notches fit. Part 3 and 4 will swirl in the opposite direction. Align and fix the four layers with a…