ENROL ANYTIME and recieve a PRIVATE LINK to the video tutorial and #getyourweaveon at home!
At SNU, we acknowledge the spirits and ancestors of the lands and waters where we live, work and weave. We acknowledge and give thanks to the Quandamooka, Turrbal and Yuggera Peoples, the traditional owners and custodians of the country also known as the Redlands and Brisbane.
Learn how to weave a beautiful 4 cornered basket with a handle (see blue and yellow basket with yellow handle). We're going to get fancy and learn how to weave and add a handle (or 2) for your basket because we want that basket to be beautiful and WORK.
Using what ever materials you have at home or following the links below to buy some online or source from your garden, you can make this basket in the comfort of your home.
Once you've booked in, I'll send you the link to the PRIVATE online tutorial video. Be part of the weaving circle, or 'weave jam' as I like to call it because just like a music jam, magic happens when you're in THAT zone.
These weaving projects are perfect for teachers, parents, creatives and anyone who wants to get their weave on and learn a little bit about my love for Samoan and Pasifika culture.
- A TUTORIAL ONLINE. A private link will be sent to your email once you've enrolled.
- Source your own materials from home or buy some online. I bought my packing tape from ABL Disptribution. Try Bunnings or other places.
- Can't make the live tutorial? Students have access to recordings. Replay tutorials in your own time and weave from anywhere.
- 26 x 1m lengths (use plastic straps, paper, lomandra leaves etc) Each length should be the same width. I'll be using 1.5cm wide strips of plastic. 24 strands will be used to make the basket. Set 2 aside to make the handle.
- 8 pegs
Still got questions? Please email email@example.com
About your tutor:
Maryann Talia Pau is Samoan-Australian weaver and artist. Maryann has been weaving and exhibiting for the last 10 years. Her work has shown in major galleries including the National Gallery of Victoria, Craft Victoria, Artisan and the Gallery of Queensland and Modern Art. She is a maker of body adornment, or "Pasifika bling."
Maryann is the founder of the One Million Stars to End Violence project, which began as a personal response to the rape and murder of a young local woman, culminating in a major installation during the 2018 Commonwealth Games. Maryann is passionate about mental health, eating plant based and Pasifika material culture.