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Kahili Ti Leaf

The hibiscus and ti leaf two of Hawaii’s  most recognized native plants.  The Ti Leaf for good luck in the shape of the Kahili and the Hibiscus it’s crowning glory.  45″ x 45″ Designed by John Serrao

The Hawaiians would cut the stalk of the Ti Leaf and curl back the leaves so it would look like the Kahili .  It was beautiful but not as precious as the feathered standards of the Alii.  tileafkahili

Photo by Dennis Fujimoto/Garden Island

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Poakalani Hawaiian Quilting Classes Canceled Until Further Notice

January 20, 2020
For the safety and health of our quilting family the Poakalani Hawaiian Quilting Classes have been canceled until further notice.  It was an easy decision for both of us because we want all of you healthy when we return when all of this is over.  If any of you need anything and I mean anything please give us a call 223-1108.  In the meantime please also stay safe, wash your hands, don't touch your face and pray this will be over soon.  All of you are in our daily prayers.      Tuffy & Cissy