Well...this is a fine how'd ya do, as my grandmother would say.
Anyway, I tried to e-mail you a tutorial, but your ISP bounced it back to me. Ugh.
For everyone: there are two great books on the subject of taniko weaving.
1. Taaniko, by Joyce Ronald Smith. Ms. Smith emphasizes technique rather than history, and adds a contemporary spin to the ancient craft. She also has an interactive CD-ROM available, which is great. Her website is www.taaniko.com
2. Te Whatu Taniko, by Hirini Moko Mead. This book may or may be out of print. I borrowed a copy from our state library through interlibrary loan. Dr. Mead (I assume he's a Ph. D.) concentrates on the history and traditional uses of taaniko [I'm using the double vowels, since macrons mess up here.]. He has only a short chapter on the techniques and has a sampler and belt as projects.
Hope this helps.
The Stitch Queen of New Orleans