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Flax weaving instructions – fantail

Flax weaving instructions – fantail

Weave a basket using native New Zealand plants and traditional Maori techniquehttp://photo2.craftgawker.com/wp-content/uploads/craft/2011/02/79282.jpegs

Weave a basket using native New Zealand plants and traditional Maori techniquehttp://photo2.craftgawker.com/wp-content/uploads/craft/2011/02/79282.jpegs

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.

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

.: Matariki Fact Recall

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