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eBook How to Weave Authentic Hawaiian Lauhala Bracelets: A Step by Step Guide (Traditional Hawaiian Crafts) epub

by Jim Widess

eBook How to Weave Authentic Hawaiian Lauhala Bracelets: A Step by Step Guide (Traditional Hawaiian Crafts) epub
  • ISBN: 1566479355
  • Author: Jim Widess
  • Genre: Hobbies
  • Subcategory: Crafts & Hobbies
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Mutual Publishing; Spi edition (June 1, 2011)
  • Pages: 72 pages
  • ePUB size: 1377 kb
  • FB2 size 1930 kb
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In stock on August 26, 2019. This book, the fourth in Widess s series of books on traditional Hawaiian crafts, will have you weaving masterpieces in no time

In stock on August 26, 2019. Only 2 left in stock (more on the way). This book, the fourth in Widess s series of books on traditional Hawaiian crafts, will have you weaving masterpieces in no time.

In How to Weave Authentic Hawaiian Lauhala Bracelets, expert craftsman Jim Widess teaches you how to weave beautiful bracelets from the leaves of the hala tree. There are 19 different lauhala projects in all, including a lauhala hairband, a lauhala rose, and a lauhala ball. There s even a DIY alternative to the popular Hawaiian bracelets: a ku'uipo bracelet made entirely of lauhala!.

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Handmade cuffs woven from strips of pandanus (lauhala) leaf, from Kapa'a on Kauai, Hawaii

Handmade cuffs woven from strips of pandanus (lauhala) leaf, from Kapa'a on Kauai, Hawaii. Follow this step-by-step instructional video to create your own lau hala bracelet.

These Hawaiian lauhala bracelets are handwoven by me from Hawaiian pandanus leaves. This unique handwoven bracelet was made on the Big Island of Hawaii, using the traditional Hawaiian weaving technique known as lauhala weaving

These Hawaiian lauhala bracelets are handwoven by me from Hawaiian pandanus leaves. Woven Lauhala Bracelets. This unique handwoven bracelet was made on the Big Island of Hawaii, using the traditional Hawaiian weaving technique known as lauhala weaving. Woven from the leaves (lau) of the pandanus tectorius (hala) tree, this bracelet measures around. Woven from the leaves (lau) of the pandanus tectorius (hala) tree, this bracelet measures . 5 around.

About the Author: This book, the fourth in Widess s series of books on traditional Hawaiian crafts, will have you weaving masterpieces in no time.

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How to Weave Authentic Lauhala Bracelets - The Caning Shop for Gourd Crafting, Chair Caning, and Basketry. Supplies, tools, how-to books, and fast, friendly service in Berkeley and California. Detailed instructions and photographs show how to prepare and stretch the pandanus leaves so the stiff, crusty dry leaves become soft and pliable and easy to weave. We've come up with a child-safe lauhala stripper.

Hawaiian lauhala bracelets. A bracelet weaving kit and book you'LL just love! Posted on April 6, 2015 by Richard Scott. Like these Beautiful Bracelets featured in the How to Weave Authentic Hawaiian Lauhala Bracelets Book that I also bought. The Book is a GREAT add-on to the Bracelet Weaving Kit. I find them both utterly intriguing. The Kit Includes a Lauhala Band with 3 Strips, Weaving Strips, a Small Lauhala Tie Strip, and an Instruction Booklet.

How to Weave Authentic Hawaiian Lauhala Bracelets: A Step by Step Guide (Traditional Hawaiian .

How to Weave Authentic Hawaiian Lauhala Bracelets: A Step by Step Guide (Traditional Hawaiian Crafts) by Jim Widess. Instructions will work nicely for basket handles. This caning and basketry shop is in Berkeley. How to Weave Authentic Lauhala Bracelets. Randy Lee - Hand woven and intricate Hawaiian lauhala hats, leis, handbags an. ilo Farmers Market on the Big Island of Hawaii sells fresh Hawaiian fruits and vegetables, tropical flowers and local crafts in a festive outdoor atmosphere.

Lauhala fans cool us on stilldays, lauhala bags keep ourvaluables safe, and lauhala hatsshelter us from the sun. In fact,the hala, or Pandanus, was oneof the most versatile trees inancient Hawai'i: it was usedfor medicine, for food, and forcrafting sleeping mats, baskets,and the sails of outrigger canoes.In How to Weave AuthenticHawaiian Lauhala Bracelets,expert craftsman Jim Widessteaches you how to weavebeautiful bracelets from the leaves of the hala tree. There are19 different lauhala projects inall, including a lauhala hairband,a lauhala rose, and a lauhala ball.Each project is accompaniedby step-by-step instructions andcolor illustrations that guide youthrough selecting and dethorningthe prickly leaves, shaping thefoundation coil, and weavingpatterns and designs into thebracelet. From the bold geometryof the Reverse Twill Braceletto the whimsy of the PinwheelBracelet, there is something in these pages to satisfy craftersof every ability. There s even aDIY alternative to the popularHawaiian bracelets: a ku'uipobracelet made entirely of lauhala!
Comments: (7)
Tegore
Well done! I really learned how to weave(plait) a bracelet! The book design,format is very good..fully deserves five stars!!.After thinking about my review and looking at other reviews, i thought i would add a little more info. I recommend, in addition to Mr Widesses excellent book, a little known pamphlet type book locally published in Hawaii, currently listed as"out of print unavailable" The books long title is"Kupuna Maunakeas Lauhala Preparation and Simple Weaving"(1994) written by an expert Hawaiian weaver.This is not listed in the bibliography. I suggest a new inexperience weaver request a copy from the Hawaii State LIbrary. The main branch has several copies for loan, #746.41. There are several simple projects for the beginner,and has a very friendly style.This book would supplemen(not replace!) Mr. Widesses book. Later update on bibliography: The Univ of Hawaii just published an informative,somewhat scholarly review of the art of Lauhala: Ike Ulana Lau Hala (by O'Neil,Keawe etc) #746.42099 in library..This is a Hawaiian studies approach to Lauhala. History and culture, but no instructions.
Wymefw
I'm from Hawaii and learned there but this book is better than any book I have from Hawaii. Fills in the info that other books leave out. Even tells you how to make a simple lauhala cutter. Has everything you might need to make a Hawaiian bracelet or headband and shows you clearly, step-by-step in great photos how to do almost any pattern. Even how to write names on the bracelet.
Unirtay
I have made all of the bracelets for friends and a few for myself.
Instructions with photos are very easy to follow.
Get this book if you really want to learn this technique.
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This book is great. It has great pictures, which make it easy for the visual learner. The lauhala stripper is so easy to build, if you are in a place with a craft store. This book makes it so even younger children could weave a braclet, from the simple to the complex. Plus the explanation of the prep in order to get the lauhala ready to weave is very good.
Saithinin
If you love weaving try this book. It gives simple illustrations on how to create natural prized Hawaiian jewelry you can make yourself. These bracelets usually cost up to $75 depending on design & Lauhala quality. So, why not make it yourself or teach a friend.
Jeyn
I enjoyed going through the book. Learning to make your own tools is great and easier to do than expected. Also having alternatives to the native Hawaiian materials is a plus for those who do not have access to Lauhala.
Mitars Riders
I spent sometime in Hawaii and loved the local crafts that find all around there. This book does a descent job of showing one how to create some of those crafts.
The instructions & photographic illustrations are clear & concise. The author includes historic information as well as ideas for material substitution, & practical applications. The reader actually gets the feeling of being at a workshop on the beach. If you are a "weaver", this book is not only a great addition to your reference library but what better reason to spend time at the beach!
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