Decoupage three ways - what types of paper can be used? - CraftsXtreme
Hi Crafters, This video shows how to use three different types of paper to decoupage. Thanks for watching. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Tj285g9t_HY
Making a Piupiu
Steps in making a Piupiu Photo: Michelle Mayn A piupiu is a skirt made from the leaves of the New Zealand flax, worn by Māori on ceremonial occasions. The body of the piupiu is usually made from flax leaves. The leaves are prepared in a way that the muka or flax fibre is exposed in some sections so that geometric patterns can be made. The unscraped part of the leaves curl naturally into tubes as they dry and this makes a percussion sound when the wearer sways or moves. Patterns are further…
The Patternbase Digital Archive
garadinervi: “From: Dictionary of Weaves, Part I / Lexicon der Gewebemuster, Band I / Manuel des Dessins du Tissage, Ire Partie, by Emanuel Anthony Posselt, Textile Publishing Co., Philadelphia, and...
MANOS DE ARTESANOS- ESTEVEZ - ESPARTEROS
" CONOCER NUESTROS ARTESANOSEsparteros Estevez C/San Pablo 14002Córdoba tiene un gran patrimonio cultural que la mayoría de la veces desconocemos y por desgr...
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.
Te Puia (The Crafts), Māori Arts and Crafts Institute. Rotorura, New Zealand - Travel To Eat
As the Māori did not have a written language until the 19th century, carvings were used to record and preserve the history and culture of their people.