Toto2 Basket Kit Listed

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The Toto2 basket kit is finally listed at ModMinSucc+Sundries. Studying the above pictured basket, which is not the one Dorothy carried in the movie — this is the wicked basket — gives me the idea to try some thick/thin weaving. Thanks, Almira Gulch!

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The Toto2 instructions ran to one-anna-half pages O_o

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Printed front and back, folded in half. Tidy. But of course I spotted the spacing error in the name (twice!) after they were all printed. It’s going to stay in for now :/

And now it’s time for a glass of relax and eyes away from cameras and screens. Check it out!

8 thoughts on “Toto2 Basket Kit Listed

  1. Barbara W. says:

    Lions and tigers and baskets, oh my. The kit looks challenging, but the finished product looks oh-so-lovely!

    • Nancy Enge says:

      Really, it’s not any more difficult than the round lidded basket. The handle/s are a bit fiddly, but if you take your time, especially with glue application, it all goes together very well :) Really!
      I want to make a hamper-style basket with straps and buckles. And a cloth lining. *That* is challenging :)
      Also some tiny baguettes.

    • Nancy Enge says:

      Blake, I look forward to seeing what *you* might do with this kit. Picnic baskets may contain many — not necessarily traditional — things :)

  2. Bennie says:

    OMG – too cute!!! But I don’t know if I have the patience or skills to put one together. Great job and I love the Toto name and reference.

    • Nancy Enge says:

      Bennie, the whole kit goes together in under an hour, and I’m pretty sure you have the skills. All the tedious measuring and cutting is already done :) You just get to color and assemble! Thanks for the props, and I’m glad you appreciate the Toto name and version.

    • Nancy Enge says:

      Thanks, Brae! I’m swamped with work this week but have been playing around with a basket liner and picnic blanket. Think I’ll post a pattern and let others have all the fun.

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