Lauhala • 161W95

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Class :

Lauhala • 161W95

Class Date :

January 31 - March 06

Meeting Times :

Sun 10am-1pm

Class Location :

Room 202

Instructor :

Wendy Kamai

Class Size :

7 spaces remain

Price :



About this Class:

Workshop / 6 sessions / $130 (includes supply kit) / Room 202 / Sun 10am–1pm / Jan 31–Mar 6

Lauhala weaving is a treasured craft of Hawaiian culture. Mathematical and creative, weaving teaches students patience. Instruction includes the history of lauhala, the preparation of hala leaves (cleaning, softening, stripping leaves, and making a kuka‘a), and weaving techniques. Students create their own fish/star, bookmark, bracelet, fan, coaster, or basket. Additional prepared hala kits are available for purchase from the instructor. Students should bring scissors and a spray bottle for water.


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