Harakeke (flax) weaving – an Introduction

13 March - Caroline ready to teach the group

Making a start………….
Anne and Marilyn off to a good start.
Everyone is busy – lots of concentration involved. Marilyn continues in the background, and Flo receives some practical instruction from Caroline.
Audrey is making good progress.
Esther’s final product (image taken one week later.)

About Onslow Fibrecrafts Guild

We love Knitting, felting, spinning, weaving and other fibre crafts. We meet twice a month to share skills and learn new ones. Our usual meeting place is Johnsonville Community Centre Trust Room on 2nd and 4th Tuesdays of the month, from 9.30am to 11.30am The Guild is affiliated to New Zealand Creative Fibre which helps us to:  Invite tutors to expand our own skills,  Enjoy Creative Fibre workshops and festivals  Enter our work in Creative Fibre exhibitions  Contact with fibrecrafters all around the world  Organise events with other area guilds
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1 Response to Harakeke (flax) weaving – an Introduction

  1. Rachel says:

    It looks like you all had a lot of fun, wish I had been there… But Fiona counldn’t have gone to camp without an extra adult. Hopefully there will be a follow on session sometime.

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