Mawhitiwhiti Patterns and Woven Bags

Mawhitiwhiti Patterns and Woven Bags
Author(s)
Robin Hill
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In New Zealand Maori weaving mawhitiwhitu is the diversion of the whenu, or warp threads from the vertical to create different patterns. This booklet contains instructions on how to weave many mawhitiwhiti patterns and how to create some different styles of bags incorporating the use of mawhitiwhiti. It is designed to be used by those with a basic knowledge of weaving techniques.
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Level
Beginner, Intermediate, Advanced
Publisher
Soft Systems
Edition
2013
ISBN
978-0-473-25753-8
Original language
English
Translations
None
E-book version available
No
Image credit
Ali Brown (scanned image)
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