#1026 Мастер-класс с Ниной Корзинка из газет DIY Newspaper Basket Weaving Tutorial ENGLISH SUBTITLES

#1026 Мастер-класс с Ниной Корзинка из газет DIY Newspaper Basket Weaving Tutorial ENGLISH SUBTITLES


Tutorial: Basket from newspaper tubes for my father Hi, guys! Today I’m going to weave the basket for my dear father. He wanted to have a pretty basket, so I decided it would be made in the shape of a bowl and be decorated in decoupage technique. Here, I’ll show you the tutorial, how to weave it. Newspaper tubes will be used as a material. Also we need a ruler, a pan and scissors. Cut the newspaper sheet into 10 cm and 7 cm width stripes. The stripes of different sizes will be used. The base tubes will be used as posts, so they got to be more dense and made of 10 cm stripes, but the weaving tubes have to be soft, so there will be enough stripes 7 cm wide. On the corner of the newspaper there should be no text, otherwise, it would be seen even through the paint. Due to the specific arrangment of the fibers of the sheet, it would be possible to roll them in the only one certain direction. Therefore, try to cut two strip and roll the tube from one edge, and then from the perpendicular one. Stripes only from the one certain side are able to be rolled. Keep it in mind. To make the tubes we need 1,5 mm diameter knitting needle, polymeric glue and a napkin to wipe the glue. The rolling method is similar for stripes of any width. Place the knitting needle to the text covered corner at an acute angle, then roll it tightly. Thereby, the blank edge of the strip makes the tube white. Pull out the knitting needle and drip a drop of glue on the corner. Hold it for a while to prevent untwisting. It have to dry up for 24 hours to prevent unsticking during the staining. The base tubes quantity have to be determined before staining. To shape the basket, we will use base bowl, with a significant difference in size between the bottom and the top. We will begin weaving with four tubes placed criss-cross, and subsequent base tubes will be added later as the perimeter of the bowl increases. I presume, approximately 40 base tubes will be required. The distance between base tubes have to be 1,5 – 2 cm for the most decent result. Therefore, we measure the upper perimeter of the bowl and calculate the distance between base tubes. Perimeter is 75 cm long. Divide 75 cm to 40 base tubes and get 1,86 cm distance between tubes. That is quite appropriate. 40 base tubes plus 4 on the bottom will be stained. Equipment and materials used for staining the tubes:
1. Acrylic primer
2. Acrylic enamel
3. Blue color paste
4. Jar to stir the solution
5. Tea spoon
6. Brush
7. Napkins
8. Plastic bags Paints need to be shaken first. The color paste have the tone scale, number one is darker, number 3 is brighter. But we need the tone even brighter than 3, therefore we’ll mix it with the primer and the acrylic enamel to hide the gray shade of newspaper sheet. And a bit of the color paste. Pour the primer at first, then the tea spoon of the acrylic enamel. Stir it up and add a drop of the color paste and stir it up again. Now, stain the test tube to apprise the color tone. Stain it and give it a time to dry up. After drying, the tube got a pale blue tone, which is appropriate for us. The base tubes will be painted first, because they need at least 24 hours to fully dry. Lay a film on the surface where the base tubes will be drying, put two additional tubes as stands to make the drying more effective. Rolling tubes, paint them on one side, Then turn them over and paint on the opposite side. Place them on the additional tubes and wait until they dry. The weaving tubes will be stained with the same tone, but 30 minuter of drying will be enough for them, because they’ll be covered in a special solution, that I’ll show later. Let’s finally start to weave the basket. Prepare the base bowl, polymer glue, polyvinyl acetate glue, big and little scissors and the knitting needle and also the base tubes. Criss-cross the bottom tubes, press them in the middle, and stick them together by the glue to make the weaving easier. Use polymer glue. Attach and press them tightly together. At first, the weaving tubes have to be covered with special solution to make them more elastic and look neat in the weaving. To prepare this solution, mix acrylic varnish and water in a ratio of 1:2, 1 portion of the varnish and 2 of the water. The hair dryer will be used to prevent the tubes from sticking together. The tubes will be stored in the file to remain wet. Also we need a paintbrush, a tea spoon, wet and dry wipes and gloves. Mix the varnish with water. Stir the solution up properly. Cover the tubes using the same method as we used to paint them. Dry the tubes using a hair dryer to prevent them from sticking together. It took only one minute. Now the tubes are dry from the outside, but wet from the inside. Therefore, they became more elastic, which is valuable for the weaving process. To prevent the tubes from drying up, they will be wrapped in the file, with the edges sticking out, because they got to be dry. Now, we can begin weaving. The not glued edges are uneven, so they have to be cut to make the connection between two tubes easier. The glued edges will be cut, because they are rough and won’t look nice. Start weaving using the method called Straight Rope. Fold down the weaving tube, place around two base tubes, then weave around the tubes on the right. Press it tightly at once. When we reached the end of the tube, it has to be cut at an acute angle and the next tube is attached. Narrow it down. For better connection, drip a drop of the polymer glue and insert the next tube with a non-glued side. Now the tubes won’t pull apart. Place the lower tube to the juncture point. It turns out to be hidden and reliable. After the weaving of the three rounded rows, the bottom base tubes would be separated by scissors for the further weaving. Because the base tubes are not fixed yet, it is not convenient to weave at first. Try to weave dense to prevent the gaps. After weaving of the three more round rows the distance between the base tubes increased, so the new tube have to be added to each interval. Deeply expand the gap to the left of each base tube using the little scissors. Then narrow the base tube, drip a drop of the polymer glue and deeply insert the tube into the gap. Place it right between the neighbor tubes and press it. It would be fixated after approximately one minute, because the polymer glue dries up quickly. Do the same with the other tubes and continue weaving. Another six round rows were woven. Designate the first base tubes, to be able to find the end of the row. I’ve just bent it. It’s time to add additional base tubes, because the intervals increased again. Since the size of the weaving surpassed the bottom diameter, the base tubes will be bent down step by step to start weaving the sidewalls. The additional base tubes added. At first we had 4 bottom tubes, that is equal to 8 base tubes. Then another 8 were added. 16 altogether. Then another 16 were added, so now there are 32 base tubes in total. Turn the weaving so that front side becomes the inner bottom of the basket, as more beautiful. Center it on the bowl, and press a bit the base tubes to the sidewalls and weave some round rows to form the basket shape. Weave with the high density. After weaving the first round row, it’s very important to level the tubes along the sidewalls while the tubes are wet and elastic. To prevent the gap between the bottom and the walls, it’s necessary to weave the first two round rows properly. After weaving the first three round rows, it’s required to weave with the base bowl inside. The first three sidewalls round rows were easier to weave without it. Put something heavy above to fixate it, and continue weaving. The connection points have to be between the base tubes, to be hidden behind. Cut the tube at an acute angle, at about one cm distance from the base tube. Narrow it down and insert the next tube. The connection point has been hidden, so we can continue on weaving. While the tubes are still elastic, press tightly to the center of the bottom. The denser the weaving, the better the appearance. Now, we got to elongate the first four bottom tubes, that’s equal to the 8 base tubes that became too short. And it’s a perfect time to add 8 more tubes inserting two tubes on each short base tube, because now there are 32 base tubes, but we need 40 of them. The connection point won’t be so noticeable in the lower part of the basket. Cut the tubes as close as possible from the edge of the weaving. because the tubes will be inserted into the weaving. Expand the gap wider and deeper to be able to insert 2 new tubes. Narrow down the edge and pour a drop of the polymer glue for the better fixation. Then insert the first one, tilt it to the right and then insert the second one. Use little scissors to make the insertion easier. Then tilt it left, because the tubes will be woven separately. Wait until the glue dries to start the weaving. When all the tubes are inserted, continue weaving. I am reducing the distance between the old tubes, because after adding 8 new tubes, additional space is needed to equalize the gaps between them to make the first round row with new tubes to not stand out among the others. After weaving the next 1 or 2 round rows, the base tubes have to be paralleled back on the equal distance from each other to make the weaving look neat. After three rows, the base tubes became parallel. Weave till the end of the basket and then we’ll start to make bending. I’ve finished the weaving of the sidewalls. I decided that such a height is enough for my basket. Here’s the base tube with which we started, so place one weaving tube behind it and the other behind the next one and cut the ends. Don’t insert them inside the weaving, because later we will connect there the tubes for bending, which have a darker color. The basket is quite solid, because the varnished tubes were used. However, I decided to cover the front side again with the same solution that we used for the tubes, but adding more varnish and making the ratio of varnish and water ratio as 1:1. The basket have to be dried up with the bowl inside, because later, after the bending is completed, it’ll be impossible to place it back and we need the basket to be varnished by then. To prevent the bowl to be varnished itself, wrap it in the food wrapping film. Put the base bowl inside, cover the table with plastic film, wear the gloves and start covering. Don’t varnish the edges of the weaving tubes, because they will be increased later. After varnishing, place something heavy inside and leave it to dry up for the next 24 hours. The hair dryer can be used to speed up drying, just like we did before, to make the weaving tubes elastic. So, dry the outside right now, and the inside will dry on the bowl. To make the bending look better, the tubes with the darker color tone will be used. Therefore, add some color paste to the solution that we used earlier. Paint the test tube to see the tone. This color we got after drying and I like it. So, I’m going to paint the other tubes in this color. After the basket dried, we can start the bending. The dark tubes were also dried by hair drier after covering with the varnish-water solution to become elastic. The bending will consist of four tubes. Two of them will be attached to the remaining tubes, but the other two will be glued to the backside of the two neighbor base tubes. The first two tubes are attached. Now, flat the edges of the next two, drip a drop of glue, and press them to the backside of the base tubes. After the glue dries, start to weave from the left tube. Use Straight rope, but with 4 tubes instead of 2. Place the left tube behind the 4th base tube, skipping the first three one. Do the same with the other tubes. Continue weaving. Four tubes Straight rope gives the bending volume and makes it adorable, just how we want it to be. The tubes ended, so enlarge all of them. Notice the point where the tubes will bend the base tubes and cut them at an acute angle at the longer distance than before, because we are weaving using four 4 tubes instead of 2. Cut at the 1.5 cm distance. Continue weaving. The connection points are hidden by the base tubes. I’ve finished weaving the round row and stopped right before the first base tube. Now, start hiding the tubes starting from the right one. Also the tubes don’t need to be so long, so cut them off a bit. Place the right tube behind the 4th base tube and just leave it for now. Press the tubes down to make the weaving looks smooth. It’s easy to do that, because the tubes are elastic. I recommend to pull up the weaving regularly to make it look decent. The tubes edges will be inserted to the outside and glued under the weaving. Expand the gap under the left tube glued to the base tube. Lift the weaving and insert the tube inside, then do the same with the other ones. Now it looks invisible from the inside. From outside glue the tubes edges with PVA glue and cut after drying. They won’t be noticeable under the volume weaving, The next step of bending is to hide the base tubes under the dark tubes weaving. They’ll be bent to the inside and hidden into the weaving. They also have to be covered with vanish-water solution and dried by a hair dryer to make therm elastic and look properly. Cut the base tubes at an acute angle to make the hiding easier. The dark tubes were woven counterclockwise, but the base tubes will be woven clockwise to make the pattern of pigtail. Insert the base tube under the weaving, after the three right tubes, then do the same with the others. It’s easy to do, because the dark blue part doesn’t varnished yet and can be easily lifted up. Pull them up right away, to make them lay properly. The last three tubes will be inserted under the two weaving round rows. Insert the third tube passing the two standing base tubes and one bent. To make the ending of the row properly, just follow the pattern looking for the next empty hole under the bending. Then correct the weaving. That is how it looks from the top. I want to thank Natalya Sorokina for the idea of this bending method. The link to her YouTube channel is in the description. The next step is covering the bending with the water-varnish solution, the same as we varnished the sidewalls. The internal side will also be varnished. Dry it using a hair dryer. While the tubes are still a little wet, they’ll be cut and the edges will also be varnished. Cut the edges right before the post, at a distance about one cm to hide the gaps and make the bending look nice from the inside. On the outside the Decoupage will be attached, and it will hide the edges of the tubes. Now varnish the edges and let them dry. You can use a hair dryer to speed up the drying. The next step is to decorate the basket in decoupage technique. We need a 3-layer napkin, a little brush, polyvinyl acetate glue, a dry wipe, and any container for pouring the glue. Separate the highest layer with the picture from the napkin. Try not to rip the napkin and then cut out the ornaments, that’ll be attached to the basket. This stripe will be attached under the bending, but if you don’t have such a stripe on your napkin you can use a lace of appropriate tone to cover the edges. It could be blue or dark blue color. Pour the glue. Attach the stripe close to the edge to prevent the gap, then apply the glue from the front side. Continue along the perimeter. The stripe has to fit against the basket surface without tension for more beautiful decoupaging. When the stripe is glued, start to attach the napkin fragments. Designate the fragments evenly around the basket Start applying the glue from the center to the edges to attach the ornament exactly to the place and spread it nicely. You can put the fragments on your own way. The napkin is easily attached to the basket, so the process is creative and enjoyable. I will attach the ornaments both outside and inside the basket. After decoration the basket looks even more beautiful and charming. This is how decoupage looks from the inside. l think, it’s also quite adorable. But there is no need to decoupage inside the basket, because the weaving itself looks good. The last stage is to varnish the basket to make it look shiny and finished. We need acrylic varnish, big and little brushes a dry wipe and gloves. Spread the varnish properly on the surface. I have pretty thick varnish, so it should be especially well distributed to avoid lumps and frothing. Apply the varnish with a large brush, and after 5-10 minutes smear it with a small brush. And don’t forget to varnish the bending. After varnishing, the basket will become waterproof and can be wiped with a damp cloth. You can store some food and fruit in the basket. Varnish all the surface and after 10 minutes correct it with a small brush. After drying, the basket can be used. The present for Dad is finished, decoupage decorates the basket sidewalls from the outside and the inside. The woven bottom looks nice inside, and the outside. Decoupage stripe decorates the basket. The bending itself looks good enough, but I think that the two contrasting colors make it even more beautiful. I hope Father will like the basket. Thanks for watching 🙂

100 thoughts on “#1026 Мастер-класс с Ниной Корзинка из газет DIY Newspaper Basket Weaving Tutorial ENGLISH SUBTITLES

  1. Нарезка по времени:
    1. Нарезаем полоски и крутим трубочки 0:45
    2. Покраска трубочек 4:30
    3. Плетение корзинки 6:57
    а) делаем трубочки для плетения пластичными лак+вода+фен 7:35
    б) плетение круглого дна 9:42
    в) добавление трубочек основ 12:39
    г) наращивание трубочек для плетения 10:30 и 16:23 и 25:03
    д) плетение боковин 15:08
    4. Загибка 23:18
    а) 1-я часть – верёвочка из 4-х трубочек 24:12
    б) 2-я часть – заправляем стоечки в плетение 28:10
    5. Грунтовка корзинки 20:31 и 30:51
    6. Украшение салфеткой. Техника Декупаж 32:23
    7. Финишное покрытие лаком 35:30

  2. Your basket is beautiful To think it was made from something that would usually be thrown away. Such talent. Beautifully done.
    Also I was so glad to see English subtitles. One of the main reasons I stopped to listen was because of the subtitles. There is so much talent on You Tube, so much to learn from people from other nations that if everyone did this it would be so much easier to learn. Thank you for taking time to teach us.

  3. Harikasınız! Defalarca keyifle izledim. Yapmaya çalıştım; ama eksik malzemeden dolayı, çok iyi becerdiğimi söyleyemeyeceğim. 🙂 Ama denemeye devam edeceğim. Ellerinize sağlık!

  4. What a beautiful basket and a great video tutorial. Your instructions were easy to follow and the video editing is superb. I'm very happy you chose to subtitle this in English so I could learn to make a basket. спасибо!

  5. очень красиво,золотые руки. Но вот смотрю и думаю – этой женщине больше делать нечего?

  6. Truly FANTASTIC!!!!!!! And of course beautiful. You are a gret teacher. THANK YOU VERY MUCH!!!!!! I send you many gratitude {{{HUGS}}}

  7. Great work..
    I want to know the name of that napkin u r using..i only got the normal one because i dont know the name..can u please tell me..i want to try making like your basket too

  8. Очень красивая работа просто сказочная четкое объяснение очень хочется освоить но пока только любуюсь! Спасибоньки вам и всем кто творчески настроен пусть все получается!

  9. سلام ،خوبین؟واقعا دستتون درد نکنه،عالی بود .👏👏👏👏👏👏👏تقدیم به شما 🌹🌹🌹🌹🌹🌹🌹🌹🌹🌹🌹🌹🌹🌹🌹🌹🌹🌹🌹🌹🌹🌹🌹🌹🌹🌹🌹🌹

  10. What a gorgeous basket. But I wouldn't want to risk damaging it by using it – I'd have to hang it on my wall! It must have taken you as long to cut out all those fiddly bits as it did to weave the basket. 😉

  11. GIA CÔNG ĐA LĨNH VỰC
    Cơ sở kim ngân với nguồn nhân lực gắn bó, lành nghề.
    Nhằm giảm bớt chi phí, khó khăn về nhân công và gia tăng trong tiến độ sản xuất gia tăng thêm đơn hàng cho các đơn vị,Cơ sở kim ngân nhận gia công các công đoạn thủ công theo yêu cầu máy móc không làm được về mọi lĩnh vực, đúng tiến độ và kỹ thuật.
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  12. Нина, у вас трубочки восхитительные! Выглядят, как кожаные.
    Я новичок, пока изучаю. Покажите пожалуйста, что за клей полимерный. В магазинах предлагают другие, но не написано, что они полимерные.

  13. Valentina América,….. Te quedó hermosa, me encantan tus videos.. intentaré hacerla….Saludos de Querétaro, México.

  14. Спасибо, одно удовольствие смотреть такую работу👍👏😊

  15. Скажите пожалуйста, а это специальные салфетки или любые подойдут с рисунком?

  16. I am in americia and I am not sure what these primers, color paste and acrylic enamel is. Cpuld you reccomed brands in americia I can use cuase I cant find this brand. Or what esacly is these 3 products or 3 products I can supplemtn

  17. also what are the types glue you use and what are american brands of those two types glue I can use if you know or could recommend something thany you

  18. Just an excellent work, I do love it..learn from you & will try to make one for myself. Thanks for sharing. Subscribed 🙂

  19. Просто класс ! Хочу такую корзинку ! Давно хотела заняться этим, но теперь точно возьмусь ! Как же интересно !

  20. Beautiful work! Your instructions are so clear and understandable. Thank you for sharing this. I know your father must have loved it!

  21. I am sorry but I do not speak Russian, however I wanted to thank you for being so thorough with instructions in your video. I have been wanting to try this thanks to you I now know how. Lots of appreciation from an American.

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