Use kowhaiwhai patterns to make Maori culture visible in your centre

Use kowhaiwhai patterns to make Maori culture and the traditional patterns of the swirls and curved lines

Tā moko is the permanent body and face marking by Maori, indigenous people of New Zealand. It is distinct from tattoo and tatau in that the skin was carved by uhi (chisels) rather than punctured. This left the skin with grooves, rather than a smooth surface.

Tā moko is the permanent body and face marking by Maori, indigenous people of…

Ta Moko * Maori Tattoo

Tattoo History - Images of Maori & New Zealand Tattoos - History of Tattoos and Tattooing Worldwide

Maori Textiles: The Piu Piu Project - YouTube

Maori Textiles: The Piu Piu Project/ The leaves can be processed for the fibers and treated exactly like typical flax fibers, spun and woven.

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