Plant Material in all it’s forms

PLANT MATERIAL IN ALL ITS FORMS

(Issued by NAFAS 2016)

 

Artefacts made of Wood

 Beads, Boards, Bowls, Boxes, Spoons

Buttons

Candlesticks

Carved flowers, fruit, vegetables, fungi, etc

Figurines

Flowers made of wood shavings or similar

Kyogi

Veneer

Wood shavings

 

Artefacts made of Cotton

 Balls of cotton yarn

Knitted items – fabrics, clothing, textiles, etc

Paper/Card

Ribbon

Woven items – fabrics, home textiles, clothing, etc

 

Artefacts made of Jute

 Bags

Balls

Burlap

Canvas

Espadrilles

Fabrics

Fishing nets / Netting

Hessian and Scrim

Home Textiles

Macrame

Mats & carpets

Sacking

String and Rope

Yarn

 

Artefacts made of Straw / Hay / Grass Bird’s Nest

Corn Dollies

Paper

Spheres

String & Rope

 

Artefacts made of Cork 

Bottle stoppers

Mats / Matting

 

Artefacts made of Cane

 Baskets

Mats

Spheres

 

Paper of fibres from Agave

 (Agave bagasse paper)

Bamboo

Banana

Cotton or cotton rags

Daphne (Lokta paper)

Fig (Bark cloth)

Flax Rice

Grass (Chhapri paper)

Hemp

Jute (Gunny paper)

Maize

Mango

Mitsumata

Mulberry (Washi/Rakusui and others)

Nettle (Ramie paper)

Papyrus Sugar cane (Bagasse paper)

Sugar cane (Bagasse paper)

Rice

Mixed organic fibres

(eg coconut, water hyacinth, gampi, mulberry)

 

Artefacts made of card / paper

 Boxes

Cut, moulded, glued, shredded, woven items, etc

Egg boxes

Flowers, leaves, vegetables, fungi, etc

Origami items

 

Additional items not mentioned above

Cereals

Coconut fibre

Hapene

Loofah

Midelino (Rattan)

Pasta

Plant fibres/’tops’ such as soya and bamboo

Seaweed (Nori, Gim, Wakami, etc)

Sisal

Takenokawa (bamboo culm sheath)

Ting-ting

Waxed fruit and vegetables