This step by step tutorial of a homemade woven open pack basket backpack project.
When it comes to carrying things around the garden, your homestead or on a trail hike we never seem to have enough hands to carry everything. Fortunately if you are shopping, almost all stores prove some way for you to put your purchases in, like a shopping cart or basket.
Unfortunately, not all situations are the same and especially when you are working in your garden or doing other chores you might not have the luxury of a wheeled cart. It would be nice to a have Pack basket, also known as an Adirondack Pack.
This do it yourself project was shared to show their simple idea of making the chore of gathering and carrying smaller things object around the home or the market much easier. This unique, lightweight hand weaved basket can be carried by the handles or worn on the back like a backpack. All of stuff used in the project are easily obtained from most any craft store and from around house.
The plan is extremely easy to follow and can be completed in an afternoon.
Benefits of following the Homemade Woven Open Pack Basket Backpack Project
● Make your own lightweight, carryall basket for use around the yard or trips to the market
● The project includes a fully downloadable plan with a complete list of all tools, materials and supplies
● It also includes a complete, easy to read and understand step by step instruction guide
● You will also find several full color photos that give a visual perspective how the construction will go
Click here to read about Homemade Woven Open Pack Basket Backpack Project:
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