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Webmaster's New book - The Cat Connection

Hello, and welcome to my website.  After many years on the art show circuit, it is finally time to share some of my more popular baskets on the web.

I welcome your comments, and hope to meet you at a show.  Meantime, feel free to contact me if you wish to place an order, by emailing me at judy@judybaskets.com (you can use the button at the top right of each webpage).  I will send you complete contact info.  During most times of the year, the more popular designs shown on these pages are available in stock, and thus can be shipped quickly (please allow 2 weeks in case I am away at a show).

Costs shown here do not include shipping. You can save shipping costs by making a date to pick up a favorite at an upcoming show (see the show schedule page); I'll save it for you.

Thanks for looking, hope to meet you soon! -- Judy Wobbleton

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I'm pleased that my new Swedish Star has been selected for the cover of the December 2011 issue of North Carolina's magazine (shown at right).  The Star in both red and natural is now on my Small page (see tab above).

The magazine's title page had this to say:

Martin County native Judy Wobbleton was a young military wife when she took her first basket-weaving class, offered free to Air Force spouses at Seymour Johnson Air Force Base in Goldsboro.  Her son, then a toddler, carried around his collection of Hot Wheels cars in the first basket she ever made.  For the next 30 years, Wobbleton refined her craft, drawing on American Indian techniques and even making her own stains for the delicate reed from the abundance of black walnut trees found throughout eastern North Carolina.  In 1986, she cofounded the North Carolina Basketmakers Association; now, with 1,100 members, it’s the largest organized basket- making association in the nation.  This month, Wobbleton’s red-reed, woven ornament serves as the perfect symbol of holiday hospitality. The design originated centuries ago as the Swedish star, a symbol of goodwill intended to be hung in a window at Christmastime, welcoming neighbors and friends.
Cover photography by Stacey Haines