Flax weaving

Collection by Charlotte Pokoina

Charlotte Pokoina
Palm Weaving Lessons | The design is now available on zazzle. view more products with this ...

Easel and Bytes

Art, Illustrations, picture books for kids

Harakeke Classroom Chart | Te Reo Maori Resources

Harakeke Bilingual Chart Set

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

Prayer printed on handmade flax paper, reading 'Karakia mo te harakeke/E te Atua/Nau enei rau harakeke he taonga/Tukuna ki a matou/Kia tika o matou mahi/Ko Ranginui-e-tu-iho-nei/Ko Papatuanuku e takoto nei/Tuturu Whakamaua/Kia tina, tina – Hui e/Taiki e.'.

Greater than the sum of its parts

Combining text and form in contemporary handmade books and artists’ books.

Weave a basket using traditional Maori techniques. (it’s easier than you might think!)

Classy Miss Molassy

Weave a basket using traditional Maori techniques. (it’s easier than you might think!) More info on Maori weaving. Here too.

paua flax basket – surfing tribe

paua flax basket

small woven flax and paua shell basket handmade in new zealand by jasmine clark

Full step by step instructions on how to make flax flowers. Click to see more. Visit www.ellecherieblog.com

Step by step instructions on how to make Flax Flowers! - Elle Cherie

Have you heard of flax flowers? Not sure how to make them? Read on to see a step by step guide on how to make this beautiful flower that last a long time.

Navy woven flax flowers with authentic Hapene flax foliage.  Flax bridal bouquet handmade in New Zealand by Artiflax

Best Flax Flower Bouquets, Arrangements & Corporate Gifts

Artiflax Flax Flowers for the best Wedding Bouquets, Wedding Cake Toppers, Corporate Gifts. All hand made in New Zealand.

Rod Moffat Kura Gallery Aotearoa Art Design Woven Harakeke Flax Bangle

Woven Harakeke Flax Bangles

Kura Gallery Aotearoa Art + Design – we exhibit and sell an extensive range of original quality Maori and New Zealand made art and design that is unique to Aotearoa. Established in 1998 Kura has artspaces in both Auckland and Wellington and represents established and emerging Maori and New Zealand artists.