By Elizabeth Kieszkowski firstname.lastname@example.org
Sept. 7, 2017
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PHOTOS COURTESY BISHOP MUSEUM
Hawaiian patterns and designs were incorporated into daily life, exemplified at left in printed bark cloth, knotted nets and a plaited mat. At right, Taupouri Tangaro’s “Wa‘awa‘ahia Pa‘u,” made from coconut cordage.