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What are fronds for?

by Wendy Arbeit

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  • 36 Currently reading

Published by University of Hawaii Press in Honolulu .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Palm frond weaving.

  • Edition Notes

    Statementwritten and illustrated by Wendy Arbeit.
    SeriesA Kolowalu book
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsTT877.5 .A73 1985
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxi, 97 p. :
    Number of Pages97
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL2533235M
    ISBN 100824809998
    LC Control Number85013940

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    Weavers and handcrafters rejoice! This complete guide to coconut palm frond weaving features eleven fun and beautiful projects to keep your hands busy. Beginners will find the photographic instructions easy to follow in creating functional and orn-amental weaving projects to give as gifts or keep for themselves. Make a coconut calabash-shaped basket as a decorative bowl for . Sago Palm fronds are regularly used within the florist industry. As such, they’re cultivated on a wide scale throughout Japan for exportation to Europe. The evergreen fronds retain their lush greenness and glossy appearance once cut, making them especially popular. “Sago” is also harvested from the Cycas revoluta, amongst other Cycads.

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The fronds come from the What are fronds for? book palm tree. Projects in the book include fish, roses, pineapples, baskets, and bowls. Directions are easy to follow and the illustrations are clearly drawn.5/5(6).

Learn the art of palm weaving with this fun Hawaiian craft book. Based on years of meticulous study and practice, the book explains in clear, easy-to understand instructions how to obtain and prepare coconut palm fronds suitable for weaving into hats, baskets, epergnes, mats, birds, and various decorations.4/5(8).

Without this book I could have figured things out, but it was an amazing step forward. I have made over 50 hats and countless bowls and hanging baskets. Great primer to get started. With the hat, you will figure out other ways quick to do different brims.

I wish there was a more advanced book, but once you make some, you will figure out how to /5(27). The fronds come from the coconut palm tree. Projects in the book include fish, roses, pineapples, baskets, and bowls. Directions are easy to follow and the illustrations are clearly drawn.

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