This is a knot that I use on some of my bone carvings. Its a nice tidy and strong way toattach a braided cord to almost any shape leaving a nice ridge of knots down the front. I have been asked a couple of times how its done, so here it is. First a recess is carved into the bone for the lashing to sit into. This keeps it looking very tidy with the top surface of the lashing flush with the surface of the bone carving. A hole is drilled right through the peice at the base of the recess. The…
Tā Moko studio and Māori Arts Gallery - TAHAA: Tā Moko studio and Māori Arts Gallery
Indigenous Maori art and design studio that captures the spirit of New Zealand Aotearoa including tribal tattoo, ta moko, weaving, wood carving and traditional musical instruments. Public and Private works alike are available for commission.
New Zealand Maori Wood Carving | Ko-Iwi Arts | Iwi Le Comte | Maori Wood Carving | Ta Moko Maori Tattoo
New Zealand Maori wood carving by a highly skilled Maori craftsman - Iwi Le Comte, wood carver, sculptor, designer and Ta Moko artist. Commission a New Zealand Maori Wood Carving by Ko-Iwi Arts NZ Maori carver/director Iwi Le Comte.
Various types of surface pattern
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