Our Brands

 Partner Brands 

Better World Arts is an ethical, fair trade brand that focuses upon Indigenous fine arts and craft. They work with Australian Aboriginal artists from remote communities across Australia, from Arnhem Land to Central and the Western Desert regions, from rural locations and cities. They collaborate with traditional artisans from remote regions in Kashmir, Peru, West Bengal, Uttar Pradesh and Nepal (Tibetan refugees). More recently Better World have started working with China, making bone china and silk ties. Better World specialise in producing beautiful homewares and accessories. 


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Dilkara is an Indigenous owned company that specialises in hair and skin care products created with native Australian Botanicals. Pure beginnings is an integral part of the ethos behind Dilkara. They have developed a range of products that are natural, nourishing, vegan, cruelty free and environmentally friendly through their sustainable packaging. Each Dilkara product connects with First Nations culture through their names and the sustainably harvested native botanicals that form an important part of each formula. At Dilkara they are passionate about healthy hair, healthy skin and healthy bodies.

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Kingston Grange is Australian family owned and operated company that specialises in beautiful bamboo fibre clothing. Bamboo is an incredible fabric, it is both luxuriously soft and sustainably grown, it is also absorbent, antibacterial, breathable, biodegradable and the list goes on. Yarn now stocks a gorgeous range of their women's and men's button up shirts and women's dresses that are designed in collaboration with Warlukurlangu Artists.

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Bush Medijina is a First Nations owned skincare brand that merges traditional Indigenous native botanical knowledge with modern skincare. Bush Medijina was created as a way to use cultural knowledge to help Indigenous people, bringing together community to share knowledge and heal. Native plants have been used by Indigenous people to create Bush Medicine for generations. Bush Medijina uses many of these beautiful native botanicals to create a range of products including balms, lip balms, soaps, body scrubs, body butter and hair oils.

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Juddarnje is an Indigenous owned skincare brand, owned and operated by the Slockee family of the Bundjalung tribe, Northern NSW. “Living in harmony with nature” is a part of Juddarnje’s core ethos. With their knowledge of native botanicals and bush tucker they have created a range of natural and safe skincare products. Juddarnje aims to showcase Indigenous knowledge of the environment, how our environment will care for us if we treat its resources with respect. Their journey began with making hand-made soap, they have since expanded and now offer a range of creams, lotions and balms, all created with the same philosophy, "keep it natural”.

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Deadly Dot Pots is a small business owned by proud Durag woman of the Cabrogal tribe Mandy Draper. She creates gorgeous hand painted ceramic plant pots and wooden serving boards. Through Deadly Dot Pots Mandy’s mission is to raise awareness about mental health, sharing how art can have the ability to positively impact people's lives. Each product is hand painted with love by Mandy and each design tells a special story.

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Here at Yarn we are very excited to introduce everyone to the latest addition to the marketplace, Bush Balm. They use the traditional Indigenous knowledge and plants that have been used for thousands of years to treat common ailments and illnesses to create a range of healing balms. Bush Balm Social Enterprise is run by Purple House, an innovative Indigenous-owned and operated health service based in Alice Springs, that runs more than 18 remote dialysis clinics and a mobile unit called the Purple Truck. Bush Balm provides employment opportunities for patients and their families.

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Bindigenous is a unique brand that creates beautiful stickers made for decorating rubbish bins. Proud Kamilaroi and Dunghutti woman Ang Bennett creates the beautiful artworks. Through creating the bin decorations Ang hopes to change the way people look at bins, to think differently and make a real effort to reduce their waste. Each stickers colours are designed to match the bin lid colours whether its a yellow, red or green lid. These bright, colourful stickers are printed on a high tac material and coated with a clear laminate that offer extra UV protection.

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Ardi Bawa are a small 100% Indigenous owned business that creates a sustainable alternative to modern disposable nappies. Did you know that it takes 200-500 years for a single disposable nappy to decompose? Ardi Bawa’s reusable cloth nappies are designed to be durable, helping reduce the amount of waste sent to landfills. The gorgeous designs are inspired by the animals and country of the Kimberly region, Western Australia. The name Ardi Bawa means “Northern Babies” in Bardi Jawi, a language from the northern tip of the Dampier Peninsula in the Kimberly.

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Lowanna Skincare is an Indigenous owned brand founded by proud Narungga woman, Sinead. The brand was born in Adelaide, South Australia and embraces the Narungga people's knowledge of the land and sea - the belief that what nature provides us is all we need. Lowanna’s skincare range values this ideology, as such all of their products contain natural, plant-based, native ingredients that Indigenous Australian people have been using for centuries. The word ‘Lowanna’ has two meanings: one being 'girl' or 'woman', and the other being 'exquisite beauty'. Sinead's aim through Lowanna Skincare is to make everyone feel exquisitely beautiful in their own skin.

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From the Flame Trees is an Indigenous owned business that creates gorgeous jewellery that utilizes macrame-style weaving techniques and healing crystals. Each piece is handmade with love by owner and founder Wakka Wakka woman Sharntell Ferrari. She is someone that adores crystals in all of them forms. She uses their energies, ancient wisdom and connection to country to draw comfort, strength, safety, insight, knowledge and power. Sharntell is passionate about sharing the benefits of crystals with everyone. With every piece of jewellery you will find a note that tells you about the unique qualities of the featured crystal.

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Minority Co. is an Indigenous owned business founded by Indya Hayes. Born from the Black Lives Matter movement the brand is a representation of Indya and what she stands for. Their mission is to send a message and create conversations to make change in this world through statement jumpers and tees. Minority Co. has grown from strength to strength since their launch last year, with everyone wanting to support this important movement. With these products comes a responsibility to educate yourself and others. Change happens through education, conversations and understanding, that is what Minority Co. is all about.

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Kakadu Tiny Tots is an Indigenous owned business that is run and founded by Kylie-lee a proud Murrumburr woman. She grew up in a small Indigenous community called Patonga in the heart of Kakadu National Park. The business is inspired by her mother Sheril, a well respected traditional owner of the region. Kakadu Tiny Tots make gorgeous organic children's clothing, baby wear and natural gifts that are designed and handcrafted in remote Indigenous communities of the Northern Territory. They collaborate with Indigenous artists in the local area to create gorgeous designs that represent the country and animals of Kakadu. Kylie-lee is also incredibly passionate about supporting Indigenous women Entrepreneurs through her platform as well as providing ongoing mentorship for Indigenous women as they start their own businesses.

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By Becca Jan is a First Nations-owned and operated jewelry business. Founder and owner Becca is a proud Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander woman who grew up on beautiful Gimuy Walubara Yidinji Country and now resides on Kalkadoon Country. For Becca making earrings started as a side hobby and has now blossomed into an incredible small business. She loves creating designs that reflect her First Nations culture but also creates a gorgeous range of simple everyday earrings and statement pieces.

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Saltwater Dreaming Artwork is a beautiful small business that displays the incredible artwork of Kara Karanfilovski, a proud Saltwater woman from La Perouse, Sydney. Kara’s mob - the Dharawal peoples - have a strong connection to the Saltwater Country of Botany Bay and surrounding areas. Kara’s contemporary artworks reflect her connection to this Saltwater Country. She loves to work with warm, vibrant colours to capture the beauty of her culture. Saltwater Dreaming Artwork offers a range of gorgeous products, from homewares like resin wine coasters and holders, to original artworks.

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Pia designs is a 100% Indigneous owned Jewellery and Accessory brand founded by proud Palawa woman Annie. Her gorgeous artworks and designs show her deep connection to her Aboriginal heritage, country and culture. Many of her designs are inspired by the land on which she lives and works, Tommeginne Country, as well as the waterways and mountainous regions of Lutruwita (Tasmania). All of her jewellery pieces are small works of art, with no two pieces being the same. Each piece of jewellery from Pia Designs is a completely unique functional and wearable work of art.

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Kakadu Plum Co. is a social enterprise that celebrates Indigenous culture and traditional Australian bush foods. They are a non-Indigenous business who collaborate with a number of Indigenous enterprises to celebrate and showcase Indigenous products and bush foods. They work directly with Traditional Owners and Indigenous communities who harvest many of their foods including Kakadu Plum and their Bush Teas. Kakadu Plum Co. aims to celebrate Indigenous culture everyday through food, broadening the exposure of traditional Australian bush foods and ingredients.

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Made on Gunggari is a 100% Indigenous owned jewellery brand. The woman behind these gorgeous designs is Kamilaroi/Kooma woman, Natasha Rossington. She has spent her life embracing and learning about her culture. It was her baagii (grandmother) and wadawurrung walgan (aunty) that taught her to weave. Natasha is a contemporary weaver, who uses a mixture of traditional and contemporary techniques and fibres. Each of her creations are made by hand and are inspired by the land, water and sky of her country.

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Yarn Brands 

Yarn’s inhouse brands offer brilliant diversity. From luxury womenswear to streetwear to outdoor apparel, we offer it all. It is through this varied array of brands that we are able to showcase an extensive range of Indigenous art and promote Indigenous artists and art centres. Each of our designs tell a special story, stories that speak of the artist's connection to country and culture. Browse our collections and find a design and story that captivates you.

Effortlessly elegant with a modern art twist. Inspired by the heart of Australia. Aneura is a luxury womenswear, menswear and accessory brand that creates elegant, timeless designs with a contemporary twist of unapologetic boldness. Designed to celebrate and connect with the distinctive beauty of the rich Australian landscape. To create Aneura’s unique, contemporary clothing and accessories we collaborate with remote Indigenous Art Centres such as Warlukurlangu Artists. Through these partnerships we learn the stories of each artwork and create simple, elegant designs that showcase the full beauty of these incredible pieces of art.

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Outdoor apparel inspired by country and made for adventure. Traka Outdoor embraces Indigenous culture and connection to country with vibrant bold designs that reflect the vast Australian landscape, both beautiful and rugged. Clothing crafted for comfort and reliance. Prepare for your next adventure! Traka Outdoor partners with Indigenous artists to create clothing that speaks of First Nation peoples spiritual connection to land and ocean, designed for the great outdoors.

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Street wear with a purpose. Custodian Clothing is a streetwear brand for men & women, who's designs highlights messages of social change and equity for Indigenous peoples.  Wear unique styles with pride, bold designs that speak of freedom, equity and respect for Indigenous culture. Make a statement with Custodian Clothing's fresh prints and comfy threads, essential staples for every wardrobe. Custodian clothing collaborates with Indigenous digital artists to create captivating designs that promote respect for First Nations culture. 

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Clothing that embodies the sacred history and culture of Australia. Celebrate Indigenous culture through unique designs featuring authentic artwork. Learn about and create a deeper understanding of the true culture and people of this beautiful country. Lore Clothing Co. offers an extensive range of apparel perfect for the whole family. Quality everyday designs that are comfortable and stylish. Each design is created in collaboration with Indigenous artists, their artworks tell stories of the Dreamtime, country and tradition. 

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Homewares that bring the natural beauty of Indigenous art and culture to Australian homes. Celebrate the richness of our vast Australian landscape through Indigenous art and stories. Artworks and homewares that convey meaningful stories of country and culture. Pure Ochre offers an extensive range of quality homeware products that capture the stories and rich colours of the vast Australian landscape. Our collections encapsulate the pure beauty of country, each piece is perfect for bringing colour and warmth to your home.

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With Yarn Basics, we’ve got all your everyday wardrobe essential needs sorted! Our Basics range provides the ultimate in comfort, quality and versatility. We offer women's and men's tees, long sleeve tees, hoodies, shorts, track pants, boxer shorts, briefs and socks - everything you could need for every season of the year. This collection comes in trending colours for simple, everyday styling. Mix n’ match these quality basics with other garments from our marketplace brands that feature beautiful First Nations artwork to elevate your outfits to new heights!

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