L: 205 mm (8 inches) W: 100 mm (4 inches)
Cotton drill fabric screen printed by hand.
Versatile small pencil case/purse. Fully lined. Large enough for sunglasses, phones and cash/coins.
Good quality YKK zip.
L: 205 mm (8 inches)
W: 100 mm (4 inches)
Color: The base cloth is ‘mocha’ – a deep warm brown and the inks are pale orange and scarlet. The photos are color accurate, this is a gorgeous vibrant bag! The lining is honey brown.
Fabric: Feature fabric is cotton drill and matching fabric is hand loomed cotton/silk made in Vietnam. It has a lovely texture. We also stock lengths of the Rockholes fabric in our website.
The fabric was hand-printed at Publisher Textiles in Sydney then beautifully crafted by fair trade partners Villageworks Cambodia as part of our collaboration with Flying Fox Fabrics. Villageworks employs, trains and supports disabled Cambodian artisans. The lady who made these bags lives in a village in the Cambodian countryside around 50 km from Phnom Penh.
Alice Nampitjinpa Dixon
This design by Alice Nampitjinpa Dixon depicts Takupalangu west of Kintore. This is Uta Uta Tjangala’s country, which he has painted throughout his career. Nampitjinpa paints her father’s country of rockholes (puli) and sandhills (tali). There is plenty bushtucker – mangilpa, which are little black seeds around. The road to Kiwirrkurra passes Takupalangu on the side.
Alice describes the big swamp of Takupalangu, in her Fathers country. Takupalangu is filled up with bush vegetables called mungilpa. When Alice was a small girl she travelled this country with her family. Her mother used to collect mungilpa and pummel it into dough which she made into damper. It is also a good place for hunting bush meat as the swamp is surrounded by rock hills.
Fabric printed by:
Publisher Textiles & Papers in Sydney is one of Australia’s leading print houses. Focused on producing original patterns through traditional hand-screen printing methods they create bold and colourful textiles, hand printed wallpaper, clothing and fabric.