Patterson Wool Cushion Cover 51x51 cm
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Brighten up your living room with these beautiful pure wool cushions. They are handcrafted using a technique called Gabba. The ancient technique of chain-stitches is a traditional Kashmiri handicraft and forms an important to the local economy. This work is produced in remote villages and provides an important supplementary income between harvests and other rural work.
These cushion covers feature a plain black cotton canvas lining and secure zip closure.
Please note: This product is handmade so the artwork may differ slightly from the images.
Product: Cushion Cover Wool 20in (51cm)
Materials: 100% wool outer and cotton canvas lining
Dimensions: 51cm X 51cm
Artist: Nelly Patterson
This is an epic Tjukurpa, creation story. A man, Wati Nyiru chases 7 sisters across Australia shaping the land as they went. He wanted to marry the big sister and sang about how much he wanted her. The girls kept running and escaped into the sky becoming the Pleiades constellation, and Wati Nyiru became Orion, forever unable to catch the sisters.
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Better World Art Artists
Arnhem Land, Central & Western Desert regions
Better World Artists are a collection of Australian Aboriginal artists from remote communities across Australia. They collaborate with traditional artisans from remote regions in Kashmir, Peru, West Bengal, Uttar Pradesh and Nepal to create beautiful hand crafted products.