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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. Flax Weaving, Weaving Art, Loom Weaving, Basket Weaving, Weaving Designs, Weaving Patterns, Maori Designs, Art Diary, Maori Art
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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...

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. Flax Weaving, Weaving Art, Loom Weaving, Basket Weaving, Weaving Designs, Weaving Patterns, Maori Designs, Art Diary, Maori Art
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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...

I keretia nga paua nei i te whiore kamokamo, kawakawa, me te waatakirihi hei kinaki - ka heretia i te harakeke ka tunuhia i roto te umu - tinoreka tenei kai - Tuhoe

Paua and rongoa maara kai for the hangi - harakeke used to tie it together

Korowai (cloak with decorative tassels), 1800 s, New Zealand. Gift of Alexander Turnbull, Te Papa E Textiles, Textile Patterns, New Zealand Flax, Polynesian People, Flax Weaving, Maori Designs, Geometric Fashion, Maori Art, Textile Texture

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Under the Native Land Court acts of 1862 and the courts were able to grant certificates of title to the ‘owners’ of Māori land. This law introduced the concept of absolute ownership into Māori society and made the transfer of Māori land . Nz History, Polynesian People, Maori People, Maori Designs, New Zealand Art, Nz Art, Maori Art, My People, Historical Photos
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Māori women at land court meeting, Tokaanu, 1914

Under the Native Land Court acts of 1862 and 1865, the courts were able to grant certificates of title to the ‘owners’ of Māori land. This law introduced the concept of absolute ownership into Māori society and made the transfer of Māori land ...

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NZ flax weaving blog » Blog Archive » Bands for the boys (and girls)

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. Flax Weaving, Weave, Blog, Maori, Linen Fabric
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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...