Copper Kete. Maori traditionally used native flax to weave kete [basket]. This modern interpretation is in copper.

Maori traditionally used native flax to weave kete [basket]. This modern interpretation is in copper.

Harakeke star tutorial in pictures

Weaving a harakeke star is one of the workshops sometimes included in our events programme for Matariki. This instructional resource…

#etipuaana  Standard Paua combo  Hand woven by julz and em @ E Tipu Ana out of New Zealand harakeke (flax)

Standard Paua combo Hand woven by julz and em @ E Tipu Ana out of New Zealand harakeke (flax)

Harakeke Flute Case full profile view

Your Custom Harakeke Flute Case is made from local Kapiti Coast or Wellington flax (harakeke in Te Reo Maori). Both the woven flax exterior and soft inner-lining are tailored to your particular taste or specific flute, using a range of dye … Find out

Kumara kete

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.

Kumara kete

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.

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