Minimum $750

Moses Basket

Retail $124.00

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A beautifully-made bassinet to keep your newborn close as they nap. This handwoven craft has strong handles, and is designed for babies up to 3-4 months and 15 pounds. 

You can personalize the basket as you'd like -- a liner isn't included -- and have another reason to swoon over your little one.

(Please note that a Moses Basket should not be used for babies who can pull upright.)

Why buy here?

We’re a mom-friendly business. Our weavers have flexible hours, picking when and how much to work to meet family needs. And children are welcome during weaving sessions, for moms to nurse and get social time as the group collectively looks after kids.

Each basket is unique.

Weavers personally pick the look they make, so there are hundreds of variations of each product. This means the pattern you receive may not be exactly like the one in the picture. 

Pick a color you love and we’ll send you one of our favorite styles in it.  


28" x 16" x 11"

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