Bilum

A bilum bag, used in Papua New Guinea. Bilums are made of "bush rope", cuscus fur or wool, and expand in size.

Bags made from the Chaguar plant fibers, by the Wichi tribe of NE Argentin,a in the region of Formosa.

Bags made from the Chaguar plant fibers, by the Wichi tribe of NE Argentin,a in the region of Formosa. Is this knotless netting?

Mesh Bag - Ethnology Collections Database - Burke Museum

Mesh Bag - Ethnology Collections Database - Burke Museum

Yicas elaboradas por artesanas wichi (pueblo originario de la región chaqueña de…

Regalos solidarios para las fiestas

Yicas elaboradas por artesanas wichi (pueblo originario de la región chaqueña de…

Yicas de chaguar - wichi

… En Argentina

Large Vintage Bilum String Bag – J AUGUR DESIGN

Large Vintage Bilum String Bag – J AUGUR DESIGN

Bilum (looped string bag) mid 20th century collected 1969 Art Gallery of NSW

Bilum (looped string bag) mid century collected 1969 Art Gallery of NSW

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A bilum string bag from Papua New Guinea. Picture taken by RichardAmes 19 Jul 2004 (UTC)


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Sacs de crochet, étape par étape :: Comment tricoter un sac ...

A bilum string bag from Papua New Guinea. Picture taken by RichardAmes 19 Jul 2004 (UTC)

Yicas elaboradas por artesanas wichi (pueblo originario de la región chaqueña de Salta) con fibra vegetal (chaguar) y teñidas con tintes naturales.   Los diseños pertenecen a su cultura.

Regalos solidarios para las fiestas

Yicas elaboradas por artesanas wichi (pueblo originario de la región chaqueña de Salta) con fibra vegetal (chaguar) y teñidas con tintes naturales. Los diseños pertenecen a su cultura.

This colorful satchel is ideal to carry your cell phone or any other personal items. It has been completely handmade by the Koya tribe (Argentina) with Chaguar fibers. This natural yarn is organically colored with natural vegetable pigments obtained from local bushes and trees. This pretty sachel is a perfect eco friendly gift. This item has been woven by the female Koya artisans in purple, orange and yellow shades. Other colors, sizes and designs are also available.

This colorful satchel is ideal to carry your cell phone or any other personal…

Bilum

A bilum bag, used in Papua New Guinea. Bilums are made of "bush rope", cuscus fur or wool, and expand in size.

Mesh Bag - Ethnology Collections Database - Burke Museum

Mesh Bag - Ethnology Collections Database - Burke Museum

This colorful satchel is ideal to carry your cell phone or any other personal items. It has been completely handmade by the Koya tribe (Argentina) with Chaguar fibers. This natural yarn is organically colored with natural vegetable pigments obtained from local bushes and trees. This pretty sachel is a perfect eco friendly gift. This item has been woven by the female Koya artisans in orange, blue and red shades. Other colors and designs are also available.

This colorful satchel is ideal to carry your cell phone or any other personal items. It has been completely handmade by the Koya tribe (Argentina) with Chaguar fibers. This natural yarn is organically colored with natural vegetable pigments obtained from local bushes and trees. This pretty sachel is a perfect eco friendly gift. This item has been woven by the female Koya artisans in orange, blue and red shades. Other colors and designs are also available.

Bilum (Tok Pisin), waghl tapi (Kaguhl language), string bag made of wool. "Skin pig" design. Part of the British Museum Collection

Bilum (Tok Pisin), waghl tapi (Kaguhl language), string bag made of wool. Part of the British Museum Collection

Object: Bilum (string bag) | Collections Online - Museum of New Zealand Te Papa Tongarewa

Object: Bilum (string bag) from Museum of New Zealand Te Papa Tongarewa

This is a bilum (string bag) from Papua New Guinea. It is a type of bag made using a looping technique. Bilums are used by men and women to carry yams, taro and other food stuffs and sometimes even babies. Museum of New Zealand Te Papa Tongarewa

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