Sat Jan 11th - 10am to 2pm - ​FLAT BUSH



Location: Barry Curtis Park.  Opposite 42 Stancombe Rd, Flat Bush.  See attached google map image for exact location

This is an outdoors event under the open air shelter at Barry Curtis Park, Opposite 42 Stancombe Rd, Flat Bush.


Make a Kete- Sustainable flax kete

When you first start learning about mahi raranga/weaving, this flax kete is one of the first items you create.  The base skills learnt, will allow you to make many kete for yourself or as gifts for others.

All equipment and materials provided.

The following will be covered;

- Tikanga (Custom) of mahi raranga/weaving

- How to identify the correct type of flax to harvest from

- How to harvest flax sustainably

- Prepare harakeke/flax for weaving

- Make kete and handles (Short handles or over the shoulder long handles)

Complete your very first kete!!!

The base skills you learn will enable you to start building a foundation to aim towards creating more complex items  in the future if you so wish - kono (basket), kete whiri (plait kete), whariki (mats), pieke (backpack), kete whakairo (patterned kete), flat bottom kete, etc.

Working with harakeke/flax is very spiritual.  It heals your heart, and mind and opens doorways that will guide and heal you and your whanau/family.

Additional information.

We only reserve booking once we have received payment in full. 

No shows will not be rescheduled and under no circumstance will a refund be issued. You agree to these conditions when a purchase is made. Please ensure all details are correct at the time of purchase so no problems arise.

SKU: 10001 TAGS: Weaving, Mahi raranga

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