Flax fish for Matariki - Fifi Colston instructions Link with "The Little Fishes" legend - SJ1:3:1992
Kete Whakairo – Tātai Whetū ki te Rangi by Sonia Snowden, Māori artist (K120801)
Kura Gallery Maori Art Design Weaving Anna Gedson
Flax weaving instructions – fantail
Kete (basket) Harakeke (flax) colourful earrings.
Weave a basket using native New Zealand plants and traditional Maori techniquehttp://photo2.craftgawker.com/wp-content/uploads/craft/2011/02/79282.jpegs
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NZ flax weaving blog - baby basket (wahakura) filled with kete
Weaving flowers from NZ flax, love the lily look ones.
kete pango by Maua Aotearoa, via Flickr
Kete Piupiu is made of flax (harakeke) the Puipui are half flax and half Muka Flax fiber). By using a Paua shell to strip the husk fibre off the flax leaving a beautiful white fibre known as Muka. The Kete has been dyed a soft geen colour.
.: Matariki Fact Recall