Harakeke

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Matariki taniko sampler

Woven taniko sampler made from dyed and undyed muka (processed flax fibre). The design is inspired by the Matariki constellation.

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Meremade® Pattern 002 Flax Visor

Stage One Laying out.You will need 30 x 2cm width long prepared harakeke /flax whenu/ strips.Take 24 x 24 long whenu harakeke /flax strips to make the round.Fold strip on angle at the middle and la…

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Добра всем гостям и жителям группы! Все мы.. | Плетение из газет

Добра всем гостям и жителям группы! Все мы выдохнули и искренне радуемся за Анну! Работа достойная победы! Радуемся за нашу Группу, которая не дает ск

Made from harakeke (flax/phorium tenax) that when dried without a softening process dries into hard tube-like strands. The patterns in the top band of the taniko are created with muka threads that have been dyed using traditional methods. Flax Weaving, Hand Weaving, Maori Tribe, Tahitian Dance, Maori Patterns, Maori Designs, New Zealand Art, Maori Art, Kiwiana

Piupiu / flax skirt

Made from harakeke (flax/phorium tenax) that (when dried without a softening process) dries into hard tube-like strands. The patterns in the top band of the taniko are created with muka threads that have been dyed using traditional methods.

Contemporary and traditional Maori weaving / Harakeke Kete Flax Weaving, Basket Weaving, Abstract Sculpture, Wood Sculpture, Bronze Sculpture, Maori Designs, Maori Art, Ice Sculptures, Weaving Patterns

Contemporary and traditional Maori weaving / Harakeke Kete

Maori weaving using Harakeke and traditional processes in contemporary styles and colours

Ngore (cloak), century, New Zealand. Flax Weaving, Weaving Art, Weaving Projects, Nz History, Maori Patterns, Maori Designs, Nz Art, Maori Art, Textile Art

Ngore (cloak) | Collections Online

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Kahu kiwi (kiwi feather cloak) - Collections Online - Museum of New Zealand Te Papa Tongarewa Polynesian People, Polynesian Culture, Flax Weaving, Maori Designs, French Collection, Maori Art, Ancient Beauty, Kiwi, New Zealand

Kahu kiwi (kiwi feather cloak) | Collections Online

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An exploration on variations that can be found on a simple two corner kete Dyed Harakeke and Piupiu with Copper Charcoal Kete. Flax Weaving, Willow Weaving, Weaving Art, Weaving Designs, Weaving Patterns, Rustic Wood Decor, Maori Designs, Weaving Wall Hanging, Art Diary

Two Corner Kete

An ongoing schematic exploration of 'two corner kete' Approximate Dimensions 155 L x 85 W x 70 D mm Harakeke, quartz, bead & cop...

Helping students worldwide to achieve excellence in the traditional arts of Māori weaving and carving for generations. Flax Weaving, Navajo Weaving, Weaving Art, Basket Weaving, Weaving Designs, Weaving Patterns, Maori Patterns, Maori Designs, Maori Art

Hetet School of Māori Art

Helping students worldwide to achieve excellence in the traditional arts of Māori weaving and carving for generations.

Three Phormium fibre cloaks with taniko borders and one feather cape. Hamilton photo, only wish it was in colour. Textile Pattern Design, Textile Patterns, Textile Art, Textiles, Flax Weaving, Hand Weaving, Polynesian People, Feather Cape, Maori People

Three Phormium fibre cloaks with taniko borders and one feather cape. — H. Hamilton photo | NZETC