Young Coconut Leaves
Artisans hand pick, scrape, and boil young coconut leaves to create a fiber to weave. Perfect for Tahitian dance groups and costumes. Known in Tahitian as Niau Blanc. Also known as Rito (Cook Islands) or Kimij (Marshall Islands).
Lauhala Leaf Rolls
For traditional Polynesian weaving projects - hats, etc. Excellent for creating authentic dance costumes, etc.
Fijian Coconut Sennit Rope
Coconut sennit rope is a traditional cordage made from dried coconut tree fibers and used for practical and artistic purposes.
Traditional Bark Cloth - Plain White
The texture of tapa is like thick cloth. Traditionally, tapa was used for clothing, and now it is framed and used for wall hangings, table coverings, ceremonial gift giving, and many other uses. It is tear resistant, but you can cut it up.
Micronesian Coconut Sennit Cordage
Coconut sennit cordage is a traditional rope used for practical and artistic purposes.
To take a look at our full line or to place an order, please contact Robyn at (808) 949-7371 or email email@example.com. We look forward to hearing from you!