Learn to Weave Kit | Tjanpi Desert Weavers
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Have you ever admired the beautiful weaving of the Tjanpi Desert Weavers and wanted to learn to weave a basket of your own? Now you can with the Tjanpi learn to weave kit! Amaze your family and friends with your beautiful creations as you learn and master this stunning and versatile technique.
The kit includes everything you'll need to get started, designed to be used in conjunction with Tjanpi's weaving tutorial video and PDF instructions (available on the Tjanpi Desert Weavers website). You will receive 1 bundle of natural coloured raffia; 3 bundles of coloured raffia; and industrial sail makers needle - all beautifully presented in a natural drawstring bag. A lovely gift for your crafty and artfully minded friends.
Tjanpi Desert Weavers is an Aboriginal owned social enterprise that works with over 400 Anangu/Yarnangu women artists from 26 remote communities across the remote Central and Western desert regions. Tjanpi artists use native grasses, wool, string, seeds and feathers to make spectacular contemporary fibre art, weaving beautiful baskets and sculptures and displaying endless creativity and inventiveness. While out collecting desert grasses, women visit sacred sights and traditional homelands, hunt and gather food for their families and teach their children about country.
30 x 22 x 8cm bagged kit
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