This plateau basket has such soothing colors, and the unique swirl shape is so eye-catching — it looks like a wave or a kaleidoscope. This would be perfect used as a bowl or hung up on the wall as art.
Each of these wine coasters, made from traditional Dutch cloth, is carefully sewn with foot-powered sewing machines. These would make wonderful gifts.
This basket has such a bright and happy color combination; it reminds me of the sun. Each of the colors is dyed naturally by plant or tea leaves. This is bound to make you smile every time you see it.
This is the perfect ethnic piece to add to any cocktail party. These woven coasters are handcrafted with needles and traditional threads. My favorite part is that you can see the complex work that went into making them.
The soft muted colors of this basket are so calming. Even with the intricate details and patterns, it is still so easy to look at. It is just designed enough that is isn't loud or overbearing — a great piece to add to any room for a bit of a global feel.
This bamboo table runner is the perfect organic touch to any table. I love finding unique ways of bringing the outdoors in, just like this. Each of these is handmade with needles and strips of banana leaves, so no two are the same. The complex technique used in making this makes it a truly interesting piece.
These little agaseke basket ornaments make lovely and socially responsible gifts for the holidays. I love the colors of this one — both bright and calming.
Made from earthen materials (sisal, papyrus, bamboo leaf and sweet grass), this basket is ideal for holding fruit. I especially adore the patterns and colors: checkers and dark violet stripes.
The colors of these beautifully woven baskets are simply stunning, and there is that little dash of detail with each line of color. Like all of the other crafts, these baskets are made from organic, earthly materials. It's so inspiring to see that beautiful objects like these can be made from natural materials.
This ageseke basket represents a piece of historical significance in Rwanda: the reconciliation of the 1994 genocide. The two lines represent two women walking together hand in hand, stopping to meet a friend before moving onward. This is a piece of home decor that represents hope.
These sturdy baskets are made from banana leaves. I love that the weave creates such a pretty pattern by itself. These are also very sturdy — perfect for storage.