• roots from Arnhem land for dye

  • mother in laws tongue

  • Indian purple corn

  • corn husks

  • String & Lavender

  • passionfruit vines

  • passionfruit vines

  • Pandanus

  • weeds to weaving-morning glory and duranta

  • native kapok for yellow dye

  • Banana fibre

Despite the vast  variety of weaving within cultures, the wonder of the craft is that within any environment, weavers have transformed available resources into practical and artful forms. From grasses, roots, leaves, bark, stalks & inflorescence, weavers have been inspired. Communities within the African and Asian continents are also known for their creativity in repurposing paper, metal and plastic. Waste is metamorphosed into new life.