Cloaks

Collection by Joan Rakuraku

7 
Pins
 • 
10 
Followers
I had no idea there was such a cool tool online for building stairs!  For someone who sucks at math in a big way, this is nothing short of a dang miracle!!

Deck Stair Stringer Calculator for Rise & Run | Decks.com

Tired of making multiple trips to the store? Use our stair and step calculator and get your total stinger length, riser dimensions, and more with Decks.com.

Robin Weaves Korowai: Mawhitiwhiti patterning

Something new

I have started something new. I got bored the other day so started sorting feathers and found a bag of big peahen feathers that were languishing in the cupboard. Then it was making feather bundles till my fingers were had it. So I thought I'd better start something. By the end of the day I had it underway. The next afternoon I did some more. And yesterday afternoon some more. The feathers are actually quite big so my rows are further apart than usual and the bundles are further apart too…

Robin Weaves Korowai: Mawhitiwhiti patterning

Something new

I have started something new. I got bored the other day so started sorting feathers and found a bag of big peahen feathers that were languishing in the cupboard. Then it was making feather bundles till my fingers were had it. So I thought I'd better start something. By the end of the day I had it underway. The next afternoon I did some more. And yesterday afternoon some more. The feathers are actually quite big so my rows are further apart than usual and the bundles are further apart too…

Aroha Mitchell and Donna Campbell - Kirikiriroa harakeke weaving

Aroha Mitchell and Donna Campbell - Kirikiriroa harakeke weaving

korowai cloak - Google Search

korowai cloak - Google Search

Rangimarie Hetet and Diggeress Te Kanawa. Description:  Korowai made from muka (processed flax fibre). The feathers in the top, right, left and bottom band are weka and pheasant. The body of the cloak is decorated with karure (3 ply thrums) and single weka feathers placed in a diagonal pattern. The bottom is finished with a woven mawhitiwhiti (cross-stitch) pattern interlaced with tanekaha (tan colour) dyed muka followed by a taniko border.

Search Results

Rangimarie Hetet and Diggeress Te Kanawa. Description: Korowai made from muka (processed flax fibre). The feathers in the top, right, left and bottom band are weka and pheasant. The body of the cloak is decorated with karure (3 ply thrums) and single weka feathers placed in a diagonal pattern. The bottom is finished with a woven mawhitiwhiti (cross-stitch) pattern interlaced with tanekaha (tan colour) dyed muka followed by a taniko border.