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Large Group Weaving on a Garden Fence – Art is Basic Group Art Projects, Collaborative Art Projects, School Art Projects, Simple Projects, Auction Projects, History Projects, Class Projects, Fence Weaving, Weaving Art

Large Group Weaving on a Garden Fence

Thank you to all who voted for my blog in the AOE Blog of the Year contest. While I did not win, I am still happy to have been a finalist. Congrats to all of the bloggers in the contest! Today I …

Two bilingual charts describing the harakeke plant and it's traditional and contemporary uses School Resources, Teacher Resources, Maori Legends, Waitangi Day, Maori Words, New Zealand Flax, Maori Symbols, Cultural Competence, Flax Weaving

Harakeke Bilingual Chart Set

Two bilingual charts describing the harakeke plant and it's traditional and contemporary uses

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Woman weaving a food basket (rourou or kono) from flax leaves, at Koroniti Flax Weaving, Weaving Art, Basket Weaving, New Zealand Flax, Polynesian People, Cultural Crafts, Maori People, Maori Art, Museum

Woman weaving a food basket (rourou or kono) from flax leaves, at Koroniti | National Library of New Zealand

Woman seated on a flax mat weaving a food basket (rourou or kono) from flax leaves at Koroniti. Photographed by James Ingram McDonald in 1921. Qua...

Maori woman photographed by Frank J Denton, circa 6 April probably in the Wanganui region. She is wrapped in a taniko bordered cape, and has a white tipped feather in her hair. She holds a tewhatewha (Maori fighting staff). Tonga, Tahiti, Samoan Tribal, Filipino Tribal, Hawaiian Tribal, Hawaiian Tattoo, Polynesian People, Maori People, Cross Tattoo For Men

Unidentified young Maori woman | National Library of New Zealand

Unidentified young Maori woman photographed by Frank J Denton, circa 6 April 1904, probably in the Wanganui region. She is wrapped in a taniko bord...

Maori Weaving: The Art of Creating M?ori Textiles - Provides detailed photographs showing the steps in selecting, preparing and weaving flax. Throughout the book, Maori traditional . Flax Weaving, Weaving Textiles, Weaving Patterns, Basket Weaving, Hand Weaving, Meme Costume, Kiwi, Rugby, New Zealand Flax

Māori Weaving - The Art of Creating Māori Textiles | By Huia Publishers

Since their ancestors arrived in Aotearoa New Zealand and discovered the useful properties of harakeke (New Zealand flax), Māori have used flax leaves to create baskets, mats, housing materials, clothing and cords, ropes and fishing nets. In weaving and the patterns used, Māori record their histories and stories, passing on their culture, genealogy, values and beliefs, weaving together people and communities.In this book, the text and detailed photographs show the steps in selecting…

The harakeke (flax) plant represents the whānau (family) in Māori thought. The rito (shoot) is the child. It is protectively surrounded by the awhi rito (parents). The outside leaves represent the tūpuna (grandparents and ancestors). Abstract Sculpture, Wood Sculpture, Bronze Sculpture, Maori Legends, Maori Words, Flax Weaving, Flax Flowers, Weaving For Kids, Flax Plant

Pa Harakeke

If the heart of harakeke was removed, where will the bellbird sing? If I was asked, what was the most important thing in the world; I would be compelled to reply, It is people, it is people, it is people!

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Flax weaving

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Maori women Weaving with flax Flax Weaving, Weaving Art, Basket Weaving, Hand Weaving, Maori People, Polynesian Islands, Nz Art, Maori Art, World Crafts

Weaving with flax

Baskets (kete) are woven from New Zealand flax (Phormium tenax) at Jerusalem on the Whanganui river, 1921. The Greek word phormium means basket, an item that Māori traditionally wove from flax. Kete have a host of uses, from storing food to carrying sacred cloaks and greenstone...

Katarina Tawiri demonstrates how to create a beautiful putiputi (rose). Flax Weaving, Willow Weaving, Basket Weaving, Flax Flowers, Maori Art, Flower Tutorial, Twine, Arm Warmers, New Zealand

Putiputi Flax Weaving Tutorial

Katarina Tawiri demonstrates how to create a beautiful putiputi (rose).