Flax fish for Matariki - Fifi Colston instructions Link with "The Little Fishes" legend - SJ1:3:1992

Flax fish for Matariki - Fifi Colston instructions Link with "The Little Fishes" legend - SJ1:3:1992

New Zealand Koru Designs... pattern/ emphasis/value/color schemes- so many different ideas!

New Zealand Koru Designs... pattern/ emphasis/value/color schemes- so many different ideas!

Tirama tirama matariki, me ana tamariki, tupuanuku ,tupuarangi,waiti,waita, waipunarangi e, ko te potuku o ururangi

Tirama tirama matariki, me ana tamariki, tupuanuku ,tupuarangi,waiti,waita, waipunarangi e, ko te potuku o ururangi

Ma te huruhuru te manu ka rere, with feathers a bird may fly.  And by the sheer number of feathers that the education team received in the last few months, this bird could fly as far as Matariki!

Ma te huruhuru te manu ka rere, with feathers a bird may fly. And by the sheer number of feathers that the education team received in the last few months, this bird could fly as far as Matariki!

MAORI CREATION STORY: Indigenous artist, Marcus Winter, tells the Māori creation story using Sand Art. In the Māori worldview, the world began with the violent separation of Ranginui, the Sky Father, and Papatuanuku, the Earth Mother, by their children, including Tūmatauenga (similar to Kū), Tāne (Kāne), Rongo (Lono, god of cultivated food), and Tangaroa (Kanaloa, the god of the sea).

MAORI CREATION STORY: Indigenous artist, Marcus Winter, tells the Māori creation story using Sand Art. In the Māori worldview, the world began with the violent separation of Ranginui, the Sky Father, and Papatuanuku, the Earth Mother, by their children, including Tūmatauenga (similar to Kū), Tāne (Kāne), Rongo (Lono, god of cultivated food), and Tangaroa (Kanaloa, the god of the sea).

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