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DescriptionLadies Collecting Wild Fruits Black by Jocelyn Bird. Aborigine women collect seeds to make damper (bread). In this fabric translated from her art, Jocelyn Bird used small concentric round shapes to represent the fruits of the mulga (Acacia aneura) tree. These seeds are smashed manually and used in dough for damper. The home-made tucker (tucker means food) are tasty as well as healthy. The wonderful hues and dynamic, organic shapes make this multi-colored authentic Aborigine-designed fabric from M&S Textiles ideal for quilting, home decor and wearable art.
Manufacturer: M&S Textiles
Collection: Aboriginal Designs
Designer: Jocelyn Bird
Fiber Content: 100% Cotton