Diana Duncan

ince 2016, Diana has been developing her weaving practice with locally grown and foraged fibres. Having studied fashion design and worked in clothing repairs and alterations, Diana has always enjoyed creative design and problem solving. Her desire to tread lightly on this earth and conserve its resources has found a
natural fit with the materials she grows and forages. More recently, Diana has
turned her attention to willow growing and weaving. Diana is teaching frame basket, foraged tray, wreath, and floor mat, and is hosting monthly basket club sessions and mending club sessions.  @diana.iama.maker

Image above: Diana making a doormat from tī kōuka. 

Frame basket made from foraged materials 2021

Looped tī kōuka string bag 2021

Tray from foraged materials 2021

Tī kōuka floor mat 2021

Tī kōuka and hazel fruit picker 2021

Tī kōuka handles and repairs 2021

Rectangular tī kōuka basket 2020