Fishing net making and patching; Line storage
Fishing net patching; Line storage
Cultural importance; Keeps the tradition of weaving fishing nets alive
Present Uses · Image / Video / Audio (.jpg, .png, .mp4, .mp3 up to 30MB)
Experimental, near future uses
Other Fascinating Facts
Old needles were made manually from wood, stone and bamboo; The artefact has a hollow interior cutout with a pointed rod that fishermen call "tongue"; the rear part ends in a U-shaped indentation, commonly called "butt". Modern needles can be made of metal, wood, nylon or rigid plastic of various colours.
Class of Material
How does the item affect the environment in which it exists?
How does transforming this artefact/material/living thing/matter transform you?
Enlightens me about the possibility of transforming a simple raw material into a final artifact with a certain purpose