Bush Potato Beach Towel
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Product: Beach Towel
Materials: Polyester front and cotton back
Washing: Warm machine wash with regular detergent. Do not use fabric softener. Only wash after a couple of uses. Rinse towels after being used poolside to remove the chlorine residue that can fade colours.
Dimensions: 75cm x 150cm
Story: Bush Potato
Artist: Alicka Napanangka Brown
This story comes from an area east of Yuendumu called Cockatoo Creek. Here the “Yarla” (Bush Potatoes) grow. These edible tubers grow from the roots of the plant, and when cooked they are soft and tasty.
Will leave the warehouse within 1-2 business days.
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The best towel on the market!
Finally the perfect towel
Wonderful. The towel not only looks beautiful, it is light weight, absorbent and quick to dry! I love it!!
Great christmas gift!
I bought this towel for my partners mother and I was very impressed with the quality of it. She loved the design and was very happy with her christmas gift!
Love the towel, it’s so pretty. It’s lovely and soft, too. So glad I treated myself.
Christmas presents for my grandchildren. Bought 3 x 2 = 6 all up. Love them!
MEET THE ARTIST
Alicka Napanangka Brown
Aboriginal Warlpiri woman
Alicka paints her Grandmother’s Yanjirlpirri Jukurrpa (Star Dreaming) and her father’s Yarla Jukurrpa (Bush Potato Dreaming), stories that relate directly to the land, its features and the plants and animals that inhabit it.