taniko patterns and meanings - Google Search

taniko patterns and meanings - Google Search

These are the whaariki (mats) that some of our whanau made, which we use at our marae for special occasions - made from harakeke (flax)

These are the whaariki (mats) that some of our whanau made, which we use at our marae for special occasions - made from harakeke (flax)

Fig. 89. Lattice-work patterns.a, roimata toroa; b, poutama; c, niho taniwha; d, kaokao; e, patiki.

Fig. 89. Lattice-work patterns.a, roimata toroa; b, poutama; c, niho taniwha; d, kaokao; e, patiki.

Types of tukutuku designs – Māori weaving and tukutuku – te raranga me te whatu – Te Ara Encyclopedia of New Zealand

Types of tukutuku designs – Māori weaving and tukutuku – te raranga me te whatu – Te Ara Encyclopedia of New Zealand

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