Where to Find


“David Fraser” (Cover story), National Basketry Organization Quarterly Review, Spring 2014, pp. 5-12.


Ply-split Braided Baskets: Exploring Sculpture in Plain Oblique Twining, by David W. Fraser. Atglen, PA: Schiffer Publishing Ltd., 2014.

Mantles of Merit: Chin Textiles from Myanmar, India and Bangladesh, by David W. Fraser and Barbara G. Fraser. Bangkok: River Books, 2005.

A Guide to Weft Twining and Related Structures with Interacting Wefts, by David W. Fraser. Philadelphia: University of Pennsylvania Press, 1989. [Out of print – a few copies available at $150. Contact me.]


3 Responses

  1. Hi David and Barbara,
    Thoroughly enjoyed the TSA event yesterday–it added so much to my understanding of the textiles.
    I’m awed by your basketry and twining work, David. So glad I found out about it.
    Best regards,
    Julie Geschwind

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  3. Greetings DAVID,
    The next international braiding conference is scheduled for the Year 2025 in usa .the city and state has still not been announced by the Braid society .uk .

    Could We expect You to participate ?
    Also Linda Hendrickson and her friend recently linked up together and we had a zoom meeting . It was wonderful to reconnect with fellow ply -split braiders. Could we invite You to join . The next meeting is scheduled in june /july sometime .do let me know , we could send You an invite . Am continuing my journey with ply-split braiding .have retired from NID( the institute ) where we had met several years ago . Hope to receive a reply . Kind regards erroll ( the braid magician )

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