Julie Pirere
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Since their ancestors arrived in Aotearoa New Zealand and discovered the useful properties of harakeke (New Zealand flax), Maori have used flax leaves to create baskets, mats, housing materials, clothing and cords, ropes and fishing nets. In weaving and the patterns used, Maori record their histories and stories, passing on their culture, genealogy, values and beliefs, weaving together people and communities. See if it is available: http://www.library.cbhs.school.nz/oliver/libraryHome.do

Booktopia has Maori Weaving, The Art of Creating Maori Textiles by Huia Publishers. Buy a discounted Hardcover of Maori Weaving online from Australia's leading online bookstore.

Irish shimmer  Funk up your hair with a celtic colour. Creative colourist: Lani - Hue, Mt Eden #Greenhair

Irish shimmer Funk up your hair with a celtic colour.