Mini woven baskets with Anna Macoboy


Join Anna Macoboy of Wilding Studio and learn the contemporary technique of random weaving. You'll create your own mini woven basket from Anna's custom dyed cane and foraged natural fibres. Baskets will range from 10-20cm in diameter, with the possibility of adding a handle.

Your basket can be used to hold small objects, or you'll be able to line it with preserved moss for a sweet sculptural art piece.

All tools and materials will be provided in this fun, hands-on workshop.


  • Time in our warehouse with an incredible local artist
  • Your own basket 10-20cm in diameter, with the possibility of adding a handle - this could be a functional or sculptural art piece
  • The skills to continue random weaving at home

About Anna

Anna Macoboy is a multi-disciplinary creative with a passion for plants. She has studied botany and worked with indoor plants for over a decade. She also practices random weaving, floristry and other art practices that explore the connection between design and nature and the concept of wabi-sabi. Anna is a co-owner of Stackwood and spends most of her days taking care of the plants here or sharing her knowledge through plant-based workshops. She has taught workshops in a range of topics at dozens of locations in Australia and the USA, including the New York Botanical Garden, Chelsea Garden Center and the Japan Society of New York.

Terms and Conditions

Please note this class requires a minimum of 8 attendees in order to run. All ticket sales are final and non-refundable. If you are unable to make your date you are able to send someone else in your place. You can find more details in our Terms and Conditions.

Images by Bryce MacDonald.

Workshops at Stackwood

Meet new people + practice presence while learning a valuable craft or skill.

Curated workshops are held in our beautiful, light-filled hall, and
range from gardening knowhow to pottery, wood carving to cooking. Enjoy learning new — or indeed old — skills, and leave with a lovely object of your own making.