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Fig. 88. Some weaving patterns.a-d, triangle motifs on side borders; e-k, triangle, lozenge, "hour glass," and zigzag motifs on lower borders.

Fig. 88. Some weaving patterns. — a-d, triangle motifs on side borders; e-k, triangle, lozenge, "hour glass," and zigzag motifs on lower borders | NZETC

traditional reed capes used to protect from the rain. In the photos, Duarte is wearing only the cape, without the redd hat or leggings. Very shortly, the reed is braided in transversal lines from which both internal and external layers will be created. On the inside, the reed will form a continuous lining. On the outside the reed will be cut and layed in layers to assure the cape’s
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Tane Contemporary Korowai                                                                                                                                                                                 More
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Kākahu (cloak weaving). Te Puia (Weaving School), Māori Arts and Crafts Institute. Rotorura, New Zealand
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Te Puia (The Crafts), Māori Arts and Crafts Institute. Rotorura, New Zealand - Travel To Eat

As the Māori did not have a written language until the 19th century, carvings were used to record and preserve the history and culture of their people.

korowai close up - Karmen thomson

korowai close up - Karmen thomson

Unbleached cotton kete with woven taniko bands stitched to the bags. These bags were made for using

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Te Rongo Kirkwood |

Te Rongo Kirkwood

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Made by me 1985 - one of my favourite patterns, aonui, aronui or nihoniho depending
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Made by me 1985 - one of my favourite patterns, aonui, aronui or nihoniho depending

Maro by Paola Hapeta

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Maro by Paola Hapeta

These are three of the more common tāniko weaving designs. The names of these designs vary from tribe to tribe, and in any case are often purely functional and not descriptive. Tāniko expert Hirini [no-lexicon]Moko[/no-lexicon] Mead says, 'The names used could be as irrational as those ...
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Tāniko designs

These are three of the more common tāniko weaving designs. The names of these designs vary from tribe to tribe, and in any case are often purely functional and not descriptive. Tāniko expert Hirini [no-lexicon]Moko[/no-lexicon] Mead says, 'The names used could be as irrational as those ...

Garry Grace Kura Gallery Maori Art Design New Zealand Weaving Korowai Cloak Whakaheke Hukahuka Taniko Design

Korowai Whakahekeheke -sold

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woman weaving a korowai: flax cloak | probably in the Rotorua District, New Zealand | 1905 | Thomas Pringle: photographer

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Robin Weaves Korowai

Robin Weaves Korowai

This is a black and white taniko design. I really like the different contemporary designed triangles. and it really suits for a korowai

This is a black and white taniko design. I really like the different contemporary designed triangles. and it really suits for a korowai

This is a taniko band of green, white and black. I really like the colours because they all match and go together really well and you can see the vertical diamond shapes going through. It is nicely stitched and the black outline really stands out really well.
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This is a taniko band of green, white and black. I really like the colours because they all match and go together really well and you can see the vertical diamond shapes going through. It is nicely stitched and the black outline really stands out really well.