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Contemporary basketry is so much
more than weaving

It’s about creating forms that hold space, which can be
achieved using a variety of sculptural mediums.


Whether you’re an experienced artist or a beginner, Form to Freedom - Weaving for Fibre Sculpture with Harriet Goodall will show you ways to transform your weaving into unique fibre art.



Form to Freedom provides the perfect balance of structure and flexibility, enabling artists to absorb and become proficient in a variety of sculptural basketry techniques on a calendar that fits their busy schedules. I was completely new to basketry; Harriet’s demonstrations were easy to digest and offered a
wellspring of inspiration.

– Diane Hathcoat

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Harriet Goodall’s signature online course, Form to Freedom, Weaving for Fibre Sculpture, has been designed with this in mind. 

Carefully developed as a deep dive into working with plants, fibres, dyeing and the basketry techniques Harriet uses to make her sculptural objects and woven lighting unique and original. 

Harriet invites you into her private studio and promises to free your mind to the endless sculptural possibilities that ancient weaving techniques provide when combined with contemporary basketry. She has used the same techniques and ethical practices to sustain her professional art practice for over 15 years, making her one of Australia’s most loved fibre artists. 

Weave At Your Own Pace

The problem with a live class is that you are limited by time, but in this online experience, you will do the equivalent of half a dozen live workshops, indulging in a holistic look at basket weaving techniques as a springboard into fibre sculpture.

It may take you many weeks or even years to try out all the things Harriet will share with you in this course. Some of them may make you buzz with ideas more than others, but that’s how a great artist is made, slowly and with practice. 

By fully engaging with the course content, you will try out different processes and become adept at incorporating various materials into 3D fibre sculpture or learn to integrate weaving into your mixed media 2D pieces with your own unique expression.

Enrol now, gather your supplies and start engaging with Harriet on the 22nd of July 2024 for a full two months of additional guidance and weaving support.



Discover the endless possibilities of contemporary weaving and expand your skills far
beyond a single technique


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Develop the skills to create a piece of art in whatever form you want.


See a colour you like, find a shape that inspires you, pick up a found object, and know exactly how to transform your inspiration into artwork!

Ideal for creatives eager to learn about the materials you can explore, and some easy techniques, including making cordage, random weaving, knotless netting/looping, coiling, open paired twining and dyeing plant materials.



I started out with minimal knowledge of basketry, plants and foraging – and no idea where the course would lead me. Three months on, I’m in love with looping, twining and coiling; I’m surrounded by yards of cordage, bunches of leaves and grasses; I’ve moved into a little studio space. I’ve gained the knowledge to bring natural materials into my practice and learnt techniques to create sculptural forms. Every walk presents new inspiration and I see shapes and forms all around me that I didn’t see before. My weaving is now off the loom and off the wall.

– Sheralyn Bonner


Here is what you can expect from Form to Freedom

Learn from Harriet Goodall

Harriet Goodall has dedicated her entire adult life in service to the preservation of culture through her pursuit of weaving.

She has witnessed indigenous weavers firsthand in Peru, Bolivia, Argentina, Cambodia, Vietnam, Indonesia, Japan, India, Australia, and across southern Africa, recognising the universality of people coming together to dye and weave in villages and homes.

“I find the community that is created when weaving in a group is soul food and really beneficial to mental health – perhaps mimicking the ‘family model’ of making at home, so prevalent across many countries I have visited around the world.”

Since 2007, Harriet has run an independent art studio, making sculpture, lighting, and woven installations for private and commercial clients. She exhibits regularly and has passed on her passion for contemporary basket-making techniques through popular workshops across Australia and around the world.

“I’m looking forward to the opportunity to share my passion and knowledge of weaving with a global audience, embracing the challenge of creating an online community of international weavers to connect with and also learn from.”

– Harriet Goodall

You'll learn how to...

Incorporate objects
to create art

Working through the weaving techniques Harriet uses to make her sculptural objects and bespoke lighting, including cordage, coiling, knotless netting, twining and random weaving, you’ll discover how to intermesh those with found and made objects to create art you’ll be proud to share.


Find Freedom in your expression

Whether you are a complete beginner or an established fibre artist, you will be gifted an arsenal of techniques and inspiration to last for years. You’ll gain the confidence to make forms and incorporate a variety of materials to create contemporary fibre sculptures with your own unique expression.


Form a Holistic Art Practice

From harvesting in your environment, purchasing, preparing and storing materials, dyeing plant fibres and creating studio space to the business of fibre art and selling in galleries, you’ll gain an in-depth education in not only the fibre art aspects of basketry but the history and community culture that weaving brings with it.

This is not a straightforward craft class. It is a comprehensive online resource that will open your mind to the endless sculptural possibilities that ancient weaving techniques provide when combined with contemporary basketry.


Harriet’s online course was fantastic, more than I expected.  Packed full of advice, encouragement, imagination and information for every participant.  Delivery of the course had the perfect balance of honesty, humour and intimacy into the life of this creative artist.  I feel blessed to have participated in this adventure.  I would strongly recommend anyone wanting to develop their skills in this area to do this course.

– Louise Grant


Harriet will guide you through the following modules sharing her wisdom along the way



We start by acknowledging First Nations people as the traditional knowledge keepers. Harriet will teach you to make cordage, an ancient basketry fundamental, which you can then use to create a personal amulet or talisman to bring you good luck while taking the class. This simple skill will keep your hands busy whilst you enjoy listening to Harriet guide you through other modules or during TV shows, car journeys, train and even plane trips.


The wonderful thing about basket making is that you don’t need a lot of expensive equipment to get started. Take a walk in nature with Harriet to learn about the ethics of harvesting and collecting plant materials from your garden, bush, or surrounding streetscape and how to prepare, dry, and store those materials to make them suitable for weaving. A comprehensive guide to purchasing materials with a supplier list is also included.



Now you know what plant materials are suitable for weaving and how to prepare them, it’s time to get weaving! Finding inspiration from nature, using the popular technique of random weaving, Harriet will walk you through two different sculptural forms. Teaching you the fundamental techniques of random or free-form weaving so you can create woven sculptures that will hold their form in whatever shape you want!


Knotless netting or looping is used by contemporary artists worldwide to create lace-like weaving and is one of Harriet’s favourite techniques to use in her fibre sculpture and lighting. In this module, Harriet will teach you three different looping stitches using waxed linen and hemp so you can get excited by creating contrast through the opacity and transparency this technique provides.


If you’re looking to get more intentional and sculptural with your new looping skills, then this module is for you! You’re now going to loosen up and have fun with different looping techniques as Harriet shares how to use them in sculptural ways incorporating sticks and stones, vines and copper wire. You’ll learn various ways to create contrasting patterns and textures, cover objects completely and even mimic nature with random looping techniques.


It’s time to start mixing your media. In this module, Harriet will show you how you can use the traditional basketry technique known as coiling to use purchased or leafy materials from the garden and mix them with ceramics – Think of it as a collaboration between coiling and clay!  Starting with a traditional basket weavers buttonhole stitch taught to Harriet by Indigenous Australian women she has worked with before moving on to a spiral and V stitch. You’ll learn how to start and finish a basket and to coil onto the clay. 


It’s time to free yourself further, working with soft and hard fibres and enjoying the sculptural opportunities that open-paired twining can provide. This is Harriet’s go-to technique for her bespoke lighting and one of her most popular live workshops. Developed on a trip to Vietnam, Harriet will walk you through the steps to create a beautiful open fish trap style basket before stepping you through the more traditional stake and strand technique starting from the bottom up using soft fibres. You’re going to love this module!


So you have bought and harvested some materials, and naturally, you’re looking for some variety in the colours you can work with. However, dye on plant fibres can be fugitive. In this module, Harriet will show you ways to enhance your weaving materials using powdered colour and the various natural dyes she has discovered work best for plant materials. She’ll even share her secret mordant discovery that, when combined with a rusty vinegaroon recipe, will instantly transform the colour of your plant materials like magic!


It’s time to combine your new basketry skills and create a random woven pod-shaped vessel to hold space with a wire basket armature. You’ll discover a way to rust dye your fabric, further enhance your sculptures with embroidery and stitch, and discover different surface treatments to harden and preserve your work to create contemporary wall hangings and 3D sculptures. 

The possibilities are endless!


What's Included?


Over 9 modules, 3 exclusive bonuses, and over 12 hours of footage, Harriet covers an equivalent of 6 live classes, including her most requested workshops – Open Weave Fish Trap Style Basket and Random Weaving.

Together with Harriet, you’ll be learning what materials you can explore, and starting with baby steps, learn some easy techniques, including making cordage, random weaving, knotless netting/looping, coiling, open paired twining and dyeing plant materials.

Throughout each module, you’ll discover how to intermesh techniques with found and handmade objects to create art. 

Keep scrolling for a detailed description of each module, and watch the video below.


3 Exclusive BONUSES

When Harriet began weaving, one of her biggest frustrations was how outdated and limited weaving resources were. It took her years to figure out what she needed to learn by herself. If she had had a course like this when she had started, she would have saved herself from having to seek out teachers and travel to expensive and faraway workshops. It would have saved her years and years of learning, seeking, and searching.

It's this very experience that has led her to create a unique weaving resource for you. Weaving is a practice that gives back, and Harriet is eager to share as much as she can with you. As a special bonus, she's included exclusive materials you won't find anywhere else, enhancing your learning journey.







Here’s how everything in
this course comes together:

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Once enrolled, you’ll gain instant and lifetime access to 12 hours of beautifully filmed content, with behind-the-scenes insights through a comprehensive workshop that would be impossible to share within the time limitations of a live class. By fully engaging with the course content, you will try different techniques while being encouraged to engage your senses, experiment with materials, and ultimately expand your creative toolbox with fresh ideas and concepts to incorporate into your art practice.

Having lifetime access means our online method allows you to slow down, take your time, and dig into the modules and learnings that speak to you, embedding your learning. You have endless opportunities to take the lessons – to come back, re-watch, and learn more as your own ideas and techniques evolve.

Live Q&As - Harriet Goodall


Come together with fellow growing creatives and join us for two LIVE Q&A sessions. During these sessions, you can freely ask Harriet any questions you may have about the course and further creative explorations. This is an ideal complement to the lessons, as it provides more personalised feedback to assist you in moving forward. (The Technology for these calls is incredibly user-friendly.)

Enrol now, gather your supplies and start engaging with Harriet for a full two months of guidance and support.


Being part of an online community of fellow creatives, exploring new approaches to creativity, is an extraordinary experience. Our past participants have not just experienced significant breakthroughs, but they have also been inspired by the fresh ideas and creations of other students. This could be your story, too.

Therefore, we are delighted to provide you lifetime access to an exclusive student community, offering an even more expansive space to connect, feel inspired, and learn. With this access, you can directly engage with and receive support from Harriet's Form to Freedom alumni, creating a nurturing and encouraging environment for your creative pursuits.

“The community has been such a blessing, and I’m honoured to see what everyone has created and shared continually” – Eunice Rieken

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A unique feature of Form to Freedom is the opportunity to participate in a professionally curated online exhibition. Showcasing your work in this exhibition is an integral part of your artistic development, allowing your creations to be appreciated by a global audience. It’s one of the highlights of the Fibre Arts Take Two experience, along with the opportunity to own a printed exhibition book, a beautiful keepsake to commemorate your achievement.

Keep scrolling down the page, and you will find the latest student online exhibition button, which we invite you to view.

All you need to open your mind to the endless sculptural possibilities that ancient weaving techniques provide when combined with contemporary basketry awaits!

A lifetime of learning and exploration awaits.


  • 9 Modules with Individual Video Lessons

  • Comprehensive Resource Guides

  • 2 Live Q&A Sessions

  • 8 Weeks of Tutor Engagement*

  • Lifetime Access

  • *Private Facebook Community

  • Learn at Your Own Pace

  • Professionally Filmed Content

Today's Price

$398 USD

Payment plans
available at checkout

View Past Students Work Here

Click the image below to flip through an online exhibition by Form to Freedom alumni.


Everything about this course is wonderful. The relaxed and warm vibe of Harriet and her environment is an absolute delight.

It’s given me the core skills I need in order to make my visions come to life. I’ve immediately been able to take what I’ve learned and incorporate those skills into my practice.
DO IT! Worth every penny.

– Elishia Jackson 


Let’s Make Sure You’re The Perfect Fit To Join Us In This Course…


If you want to create unique and individual fibre sculptures using ancient basketry techniques, you’re in the right place. 

If you want to move forward with confidence knowing if you see something that you love, you can make the form and find freedom in your expression, look no further.

If you have the desire to create environmentally friendly artwork and incorporate found and made objects, we’re excited for you! 

You can’t go wrong if you simply want to learn how to make beautiful random woven and fish trap-style baskets to share with family and friends. 

If you understand that this is not a step-by-step guide into how to make just one thing, this is a comprehensive weaving resource designed as a springboard into the endless possibilities of fibre sculpture; you’re absolutely in the right place.



  • Lifetime access. Access as soon as you enrol and revisit the material anytime, refining your skills at your own pace.
  • 9 comprehensive modules, broken into palatable lessons so you can delve deep into a curriculum designed to awaken your senses and ignite your creativity.
  • Comprehensive resource guides, richly detailed guides to support your learning every step of the way.
  • 12 hours of professionally filmed footage. Witness the craft in high-definition clarity, ensuring no detail is missed.
  • 2 live Q&A sessions: Directly engage with Harriet Goodall, diving deeper into the nuances and garnering personalised insights. Streamed to YouTube and also recorded and available to watch afterwards.
  • An exclusive community on Facebook: Connect with fellow students, the team at Fibre Arts Take Two, and Harriet herself (for 8 weeks) in a private, nurturing environment designed for sharing, learning, and growing.
  • Opportunity to exhibit in an online exhibition showcasing your work internationally.

The opportunity to forage for materials for your weaving art!

Going out into nature, collecting materials, and making something from things you've found is one of the best feelings you can have. 

From Harriet Goodall's perspective, making fibre sculpture is the ultimate act of environmentalism because you're foraging things from the environment around you that will eventually break down again. You are leaving an incredibly light footprint. 

“I feel like I am doing something worthwhile, ethical, environmentally friendly and culturally rich.” 

It’s incredible that all you need is a pair of cutters and a bucket of water and with a bit of knowledge and understanding of the basic rules of what will work and what won't, you can effectively create artworks using things that you find.

“The trips I make foraging are some of my happiest moments. I feel like I’m on a treasure hunt.” Harriet tells us.


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And you’ll discover the happiness that weaving brings people around the world!

Harriet has been invited around the world to lead weaving retreats and it was after this she was struck by the similarities between her classes and the weaving communities she encountered in small villages.

Whether in the Australian desert, the Vietnamese highlands, the tropics of Indonesia, The Peruvian Andes or ancient cities in Japan; Harriet noticed that when people came together to weave they seemed happy and relaxed.

Groups of people weaving led to busy chatter, children running in and out, dogs barking and laughter. People would also help each other and share learning around the circle.

Harriet began to realise that for her, weaving brings together many of the ingredients of happiness, including presence, purpose, pace, perspective, passion and play.


I commenced ‘Form to Freedom’ with no prior weaving experience and yet with each new skill it felt like rediscovery, as if my hands already knew what to do and just needed to be reminded.

Harriet makes the impossible seem possible. Her gentle guidance, clear instructions and delightful sense of humour make the journey such a joy and I am so grateful. To have access to the content, forever, is a precious gift; money very well spent.

– Kym Little


Contemporary basketry is so much more than weaving. Ready to let Harriet Goodall show you how?

A lifetime of learning and exploration awaits.


  • 9 Modules with Individual Video Lessons

  • Comprehensive Resource Guides

  • 2 Live Q&A Sessions

  • 8 Weeks of Tutor Engagement*

  • Lifetime Access

  • *Private Facebook Community

  • Learn at Your Own Pace

  • Professionally Filmed Content

Today's Price

$398 USD

Payment plans
available at checkout

Our Promise Of Excellence

A Message From Fibre Arts Take Two


 You’re here because you are searching for tools and techniques to create contemporary fibre sculptures using weaving techniques under the guidance of an ethical and professional tutor. You want to learn the skills to take your inspiration and learn the skills to make any form using basketry techniques whilst engaging within a worldwide community of weavers. We promise to deliver nothing short of that. 

This course is equivalent to 6 individual live workshops, is the culmination of Harriet’s extensive experience in learning, teaching, and innovation. It's a testament to her dedication and passion for fibre arts. We've packed as much of her expertise and unique insights into this course as possible, ensuring you receive the highest quality of education.

It’s important you know that the Fibre Arts Take Two production is professionally produced with the highest standards, giving you an audio-visual experience that’s second to none. In doing so, we value collaborating with some of the most impressive thought leaders in the mixed media industry. We respect the lifetime worth of knowledge and intellectual property they pour into this creative and educational development for you. In return, we hope to attract the type of creatives with these same values.

That is also why, to protect your investment in this Signature course, our money-back guarantee covers you. Should you watch less than 10% of the course content within 7 days of your purchase and not be satisfied with the quality of this production, we will process a full refund. For further information, please see our terms and conditions

Our supportive team is here to answer questions, either before, during, or after your investment, ensuring you get the best experience as a Fibre Arts Take Two student. Please contact our approachable customer service team at support@fibreartstaketwo.com. We are always happy to help.

Meet your Tutor
Harriet Goodall


What Harriet's Students Are Saying

This course has opened up a whole new world to me; it is the most enjoyable course I’ve ever taken! Harriett has given me the techniques and tools to create fiber art in an incredibly joyful atmosphere. Thank you for sharing yourself and your expertise, Harriett!

It is the best course I’ve ever taken for any subject, hands down! The subject matter, the filming in a beautiful environment, and Harriett as a teacher, in addition to being online and available to replay, make it an easy choice if you have a desire and interest in this field.


Form to Freedom has helped me to understand what is unique to me and my background and how I can convey this through art. I had often wondered how to create pieces with meaning rather than simply creating something nice to look at. I’m much clearer about this now.

I’d highly recommend the course to anyone interested in fibre arts, particularly if you want to learn ancient techniques to use in a contemporary setting.

Kim Lane01

I have often suspected I was an artist, but I never truly felt like one until now. The course has given me the confidence to express my connection to nature, my love of visual beauty, and my voice. What a gift to be able to share the passions of your heart.

Take this course for yourself so that you can grow, express who you are to the world, and form connections with like-minded people.


I have been a porcelain sculpture artist for many years. Last year I packed away my clay studio in search of a more sustainable way of expression. I had been searching for techniques that would help me utilize post-consumer waste and marine debris in sculpture. Harriet’s course was perfect. I found that random weave, twinning and cordage are my favorite techniques to utilize these materials. This course has been so inspiring, and I feel confident to move forward in my new creative direction.

Licia McDonald

The Form To Freedom experience for me was everything that I had waited for!

I feel that the course has really made my artistic practice take off in fresh new directions.

Form to Freedom introduced me to many new techniques and different ways of expressing what I want to say as an artist. The course has developed my practice, making me believe in my abilities more and has given me the confidence to pursue my desire to be a Fibre Artist. By experimenting with all the techniques, I have found those that I like and those that I might only dip into occasionally. This has helped to give me a personal direction. I also have had my eyes opened to all the natural fibres waiting for me in my immediate environment.

Shone Judge 5

I think mostly the course has given me the confidence to use my voice and to experiment and play.
I think I had the language but I'd got stuck. Stuck with trying to use someone else's language instead of my own. I think I have truly become my creative self now. I'm filled with joy because this course enabled that.


Form to Freedom played a pivotal role in unveiling my visual language by providing a structured yet liberating approach to artistic expression.
The course empowered me to explore diverse forms and techniques, encouraging experimentation and pushing boundaries.
I highly recommend this course! It offers a perfect blend of structure and creative freedom, providing diverse techniques to explore. Harriet's generosity in sharing knowledge makes it a truly enriching experience.


I've really enjoyed the whole Form to Freedom learning experience. I never thought an online course could replace an on-site workshop. I can now say it has been so much more rewarding.
Harriet is such an amazing tutor who is so generous at sharing her skills, knowledge and humour.

Wendy Roberts 11

This course has broadened my view on fundamental and age-old techniques, and it has given me a better understanding of how and why I want to make something.

Thanks to the focus on learning and practice, it is suitable for anyone with an interest in basket weaving. It opens up countless possibilities and ideas to explore.


What a joyous journey of discovery the Form to Freedom course started!
It gave me the tools and courage to move from utilitarian objects to a free-er expressive approach.
Thank you, Harriet for sharing your skills so generously and passing on your knowledge, developed and shared by weavers across time and place. It is a great way to learn and explore in such an inclusive and supportive environment.


Form to Freedom gave me exactly what I needed to level up my skills and build confidence in my chosen visual language, and I am deeply grateful.


I love the course! Harriet, with her amazing teachings, is full of experience and professionalism, but most of all, teaching us so much beauty in her relationship with the materials she works with, and this gave my personal experience an ocean of possibilities. Lighted a glimpse to my own infinite creativity. It was a gift of life that I found Form to Freedom. Thank you, Harriet.

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Frequently Asked Questions


(If we still need to answer yours, please contact the Fibre Arts Take Two team at support@fibreartstaketwo.com and ask away!)

Immediately after you enrol, you’ll receive an email with all your login details to access 12 hours of professionally filmed footage and a gamut of resources. The course begins as soon as you are ready! 

The only time-sensitive part of this course is the live engagement you’ll receive from Harriet within the student community group, which begins on the 22nd of July 2024.

Its important to note that this date is not the date for her first live Q&A session, all students will be advised of their first live Q&A date once enrolment has concluded.  

Not at all. This course was created with you in mind – the creative who wants to watch in your own time, hit pause, re-watch, take a break, and then return for more! While you will receive live support during the first eight weeks of enrolment to cheer you on and help you through the art you make, know that there is no set schedule to complete this course – plus, you’ll have all the material for life!

A list of Minimum requirements can be downloaded here: Material Guideline

A full list of materials is supplied once enrolled.

YES, YOU DO! You will get Harriet’s personal feedback and support as you work through the class through a private Facebook community. Harriet will be active in the group from the 22nd of July 2024.

Facebook is the most user-friendly option for sharing artwork, questions, and knowledge with a cohort of students. 

You’ll also get two live Q&A sessions, where Harriet will answer your questions on the spot through a private YouTube screening.

If you can't attend live, you can ask questions in advance. Everything will be recorded and yours to keep for future access.

We recognise that there are many community platforms and technology available. 

Fibre Arts Take Two choose to host our students’ community groups on Facebook as an accessible platform that allows ease of communication for both students and tutors. 

All members can post images, videos, create albums of work and keep track of popular topics within the group. We also stream our live Q&A’s directly into the group avoiding external links and distracting Zoom calls. 

We have multiple moderators within the group for encouragement and guidance, ensuring our communities are safe learning environments. 

This platform is free, which helps keep the cost of administration and course fees down for everyone. 

It is important to note that we offer a closed Facebook group for enrolled students only to connect and share their journey for a lifetime.

To ensure an inclusive experience, we live stream our Q&A session through YouTube and send regular updates via email for those unable to create a Facebook account. 

This group is not compulsory but is highly recommended!

“FATT have put together this fabulous format that nurtures the interactions among us. I didn’t even do Facebook before!” – Chris Carlson

Of course! From the moment you join us –

  • You will receive the entire 9-module course, which includes over 12 hours of beautifully filmed content with lifetime access,
  • You will receive clear and precise downloadable PDF resource guides.
  • You'll also be welcomed into our online community, where you can introduce yourself and meet all your other new, aspiring, and growing artists.
  • Once settled into your new digital home, you will meet Harriet with your classmates for two live Q&A calls.
  • Once enrolment has closed, we will email you the details of the Q&As. Don't worry; we will give you plenty of notice, and you will receive an email with all the details.  We can't wait to see you there!

Form to Freedom has been meticulously organised to help serve all walks – even for those who aren’t overly tech savvy. (One of the biggest differentiators we continually hear is how well organised and easy to consume the course is, plus how top-notch our customer service is!) So know that we make it simple for you to get what you need – and we are ALWAYS just a message away. You can access everything wherever you feel most comfortable – your computer, phone, or tablet.

Because we have students from all around the world – we have geolocation set up to try and accommodate where we can! Therefore, we currently accept USD, AUD, GBP, Euro, CAD and NZD… with more to come! And if your currency wasn’t mentioned, your bank will still automatically convert it to your local currency once the charge goes through.

(And on the topic of being international, Fibre Arts Take Two, the course producers, are based in Australia… hence the spelling of words like fibre, realise and enrol!)

Absolutely! All of the course content is fully responsive so it will work regardless of whether you’re on a computer or mobile device.

Good question! You can post your questions about the course in our private Facebook group; either someone from the community, Fibre Arts Take Two or Harriet herself can help you.

If you have more technical questions or can not join the student group, please don’t hesitate to contact support@fibreartstaketwo.com.


Dear Friends,

When I created Form to Freedom in and around my studio in the lush Australian bush, I had you  in mind! That is, every single one of you living in different environments, urban, bushland, coastal, cold and warm and bringing your own unique set of influences and story; we are all different but united in a deep desire for creativity.

Whether you're starting your journey in weaving and fibre work or further honing existing skills, this course is here to support and inspire you. Perhaps you have childhood memories of basket weaving, or like me, have admired weavers on your travels and collected baskets or a have another craft you are passionate about and want to expand your repertoire —whatever brings you here, embrace it with joy and curiosity.

Take your time to explore materials, textures, and colours that resonate with you. This process of discovery is where creativity thrives. By joining this community, you've already taken a courageous step forward. Like stepping onto a yoga mat, or pulling on your walking shoes, the hardest part is behind you. Now, you have resources for a lifelong journey of learning and growth.

Form to Freedom invites you to reconnect with basics and embrace a slower pace. Begin by exploring your surroundings, gathering fibres from nature, and discovering their unique qualities. Engage with our supportive Facebook community through creating a personal amulet—a visual expression of what inspires you.

As you delve into the modules, follow your passions and explore different techniques at your own rhythm. There are no rules or deadlines here—just the freedom to experiment, learn, and sometimes, grow through setbacks. Some things may seem “not for me” but down the track a revisit may uncover new loves. This journey is about discovering unexpected joys and overcoming challenges that once seemed daunting.

Know that you're not alone on this path. Myself, our amazing team and passionate alumni are here to guide and encourage you through technical and artistic decisions. Take your time, stay curious, and above all, let your creativity shine in your own unique way.

Yours in creative spirit,