Selling Yarns

Australian Indigenous textiles and good business in the 21st century

 

Credits

Craft Australia respects the rights of all artists and copyright holders and encourages others to do likewise. Works, not produced by Craft Australia, that appear on this website do so with the consent of the artist/s or copyright holder. Any reproduction of these images, photographs or written material is subject to copyright and may not be downloaded or reproduced without the express written permission of the copyright holder.

Credits for images appearing on this website:
 Coil mat with flower design
ArtistJill Nganjmirra
Arts centreInjalak Arts and Crafts
PhotoLouise Hamby
 
 Screen printed fabric: Ngarrbek (echidna) design
ArtistBardayal 'Lofty' Nadjamerrek
Arts centreInjalak Arts and Crafts
PhotoRebecca Say
 
 Large banded close coil bowl
ArtistDoreen Nabulwad
Arts centreInjalak Arts and Crafts
PhotoLouise Hamby
 
 Screen printed fabric: Kinga (crocodile) design
ArtistDanny Djorlom
Arts centreInjalak Arts and Crafts
PhotoRebecca Say
 
 Knotted string bag
ArtistRobyn Nabageyo
Arts centreInjalak Arts and Crafts
PhotoRebecca Say
 
 Bush string bag twined with feathers
ArtistGarnbaladj Nabageyo
Arts centreInjalak Arts and Crafts
PhotoRebecca Say
 
 Coiled mat twined with bush string
ArtistDorothy Dullman
Arts centreInjalak Arts and Crafts
PhotoRebecca Say
 
 Twined pandanus floor mat
ArtistDjibigula Dhyagunga
Arts centreInjalak Arts and Crafts
PhotoRebecca Say
 
 Necklace
ArtistElsie Marmanga
Arts centreManingrida
PhotoLouise Hamby
 

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