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Fun with Flax: 50 Projects for Beginners Paperback – 31 Dec 2008
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About the Author
Mick Pendergrast first became interested in plaiting and other Maori crafts while teaching in small communities in the East Cape area. He has spent time as a VSA teacher in the Solomon Islands and on the remote Polynesian outlier of Tikopia, and has worked in a number of New Zealand's major museums. He is the author of Te Mahi Kete: Maori Basketry for Beginners, Feathers and Fibre, a catalogue of the first major exhibition of Maori flaxcrafts, of which he was the curator, and Raranga Whakairo, a collection of plaiting patterns.
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Great weaving book
7 March 2013 - Published on Amazon.com
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Quick turnaround from this vendor. Thanks for stocking and listing. Great weaving with palm fronds book. Great pictures and descriptions. Highly recommend.
Birch bark weaving using this book
30 December 2013 - Published on Amazon.com
I am using the techniques in this book to weave items made out of birch bark. The instructions are easy to understand and apply to other mediums.