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Flax Weaving - Kete - Kupenga Knot

All Flax – Maori flax weaving

How to buy Examples of flax weaving (for sale on request) About flax weaving My flax pa About me How to buy Tena koutou! Weaving a flax flower is part of my tours, but if you would like learn more, purchase a piece on this page or would like something made to order, please send […]

Whakapuareare kono 1

Whakapuareare kono 1

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Two Kete Kupenga drying outside on a beautiful warm day in June.

Two Kete Kupenga drying outside on a beautiful warm day in June.

Kumara kete

Category: Maori Weaving

Once you have plaited the centre whiri, then turn the end of the plait to the left (mid photo below) and weave on a taki tahi way all the way to a triangle, whenu with under side up. First whenu to...

harakeke kete // inspiration #weaving #kiwiness

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Michelle Mayn

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Treasure Pouch & Kete This Treasure Pouch, which closes with a finely woven flap, has natural golden hues often seen in unboiled New Zeal...

Vine Leaf by Jasmin van Lith | Kete ~Woven Bags

Vine Leaf by Jasmin van Lith

Official site for Vine Leaf by Jasmin van Lith Handmade in Aotearoa, contemporary weaving and handcrafted jewellery

taniko patterns and meanings - Google Search

taniko patterns and meanings

taniko patterns and meanings - Google Search

Whilst these kete come from a customary Māori base, they incorporate elements of value from other cultures. Similarly so do we as an indigenous people. The challenge for us as a people is to identify those elements that enhance our indigenous identity and release those that are not in our individual or collective interest. Pūtake invites us to look at the fabric of identity we weave in our daily lives.”

Whilst these kete come from a customary Māori base, they incorporate elements of value from other cultures. Similarly so do we as an indigenous people. The challenge for us as a people is to identify those elements that enhance our indigenous identity and release those that are not in our individual or collective interest. Pūtake invites us to look at the fabric of identity we weave in our daily lives.”

Karu Hapuka Series · Jill Fleming

Karu Hapuka Series · Jill Fleming

Kete Whakairo - Shades of Blue

KETE WHAKAIRO – PATTERNED BASKETS

x Kete Whakairo are hand-woven baskets decorated with geometric patterns. Kete presented on this page are designed to be used as hand or shoulder bags with sturdy handles made from 4-ply Whi…

from Poutama series - Jill Fleming

New Zealand and basketry

from Poutama series - Jill Fleming

Maori Art + Design - Kura Gallery - Auckland & Wellington NZ » Weaving

Weaving & Wearables – Kura Gallery: Maori and New Zealand Art + Design.

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.