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Traditional weaving

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Bamboo Weaving | Traditional bamboo weaving techniques are u… | Flickr

Traditional bamboo weaving techniques are used to create some of the elements within the bamboo bag designs.

Le « Kente » c’est un tissu africain que vous avez forcément vu quelque part. Sans forcément connaître son nom. Aujourd’hui j’ai envie de vous en parler un p…

Le « Kente » c’est LE tissu africain que vous avez forcément vu quelque part et sans forcément connaître son nom. Aujourd’hui j’ai envie de vous en parler un…

Temari is a Japanese thread ball which is a symbol of perfection

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Twining Weave | The Weaving Loom can be used to create an outline to be filled in

While looking over some old books I came across the twining weave and wanted to try it out. Twining is a process of interlacing strands to make twine, but you can also use this technique to make a weave pattern. I made a basic double side-by-side twining weave and then I tried a single twining

I spent my Friday at the Central PA Basket Weavers Guild Odyssey 2014 weaving a 3 by 3 twill plaid tote basket.  The basket features two ...

I spent my Friday at the Central PA Basket Weavers Guild Odyssey 2014 weaving a 3 by 3 twill plaid tote basket. The basket features two leather handles attached to the rim. The pattern for the basket was designed by Annetta Kraayeveld of Wisconsin. Using burgundy, teal, cocco and cream reed the 3 by 3 twill pattern is established as the base is woven. The sides are turn up and the pattern continues up the basket. The basket is finished by attaching leather handles to the outside rim.

Since their ancestors arrived in Aotearoa New Zealand and discovered the useful properties of harakeke (New Zealand flax), Māori have used flax leaves to create

Since their ancestors arrived in Aotearoa New Zealand and discovered the useful properties of harakeke (New Zealand flax), Māori have used flax leaves to create baskets, mats, housing materials, clothing and cords, ropes and fishing nets. In weaving and the patterns used, Māori record their histories and stories, passing on their culture, genealogy, values and beliefs, weaving together people and communities. In this book, the text and detailed photographs show the steps in selecting…