Vintage photo of kakahu weaving

Ojibwa woman weaving a bull rush mat – 1910 similar to Maori weaving

Oxfordshire Basketmakers - Lace Making in Basketry with Rachel Max (www.oxfordshirebasketmakers.com)

Oxfordshire Basketmakers promote basketry in Oxfordshire and beyond through workshops, talks, visits, exhibitions and newsletters.

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FLAXWEAVING This unique form of the weaving craft was invented by Maori specifically for native flax (harakeke) and is a good represent.

Two Kete Kupenga drying outside on a beautiful warm day in June. Please follow me on my Face Book page Woven.NZ

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

Handwoven Feather Korowai Wall Hanging by sharronmay on Etsy

Handwoven Feather Korowai Cloak Decorative Wall by sharronmay

Jill Fleming

Jill Fleming is a Weaver (Fibre artist) who is passionate about textiles and fibre arts, and has worked in many aspects of both mediums.

Anna Gedson Kura Gallery Maori Art Design New Zealand Aotearoa Weaving Framed Three Kete Harakeke Pheasant Feathers

Anna Gedson Kura Gallery Maori Art Design New Zealand Aotearoa Weaving Framed Three Kete Harakeke Pheasant Feathers

Kete, bag, made of cotton and feathers.  Kete woven with candlewick using the whatu aho rua (double-pair twining) technique; base of the bag is woven using the taniko (multi-thread twining) technique; kete has pair of plaited handles.  The two faces of the bag are decorated with brown pheasant feathers, with a central band of white feathers, attached in bunches under the aho (weft) threads.

Kete, bag, made of cotton and feathers. Kete woven with candlewick using the…

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