Boobie Sista Gym Towel

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Yarn is proud to partner with the National Breast Cancer Foundation (NBCF) and Kombumerri and Butchulla artist Zowie Baumgart to introduce our limited-edition collection ‘Boobie Sista’. For each product sale from this collection, Yarn is donating $2 to NBCF to support world-class breast cancer research.

‘Boobie Sista’ features artwork that tells the story of her best friend Kelly’s experience with breast cancer and the sisterly social networks that supported her during treatment and recovery. It captures the bond between women and how this incredible strength can help us through difficult times.

Stay fresh at the gym with our new range of handy towels. Easily pop one in your gym bag for when you need it most. Fully sublimated designs featuring a super absorbent 100% cotton backing. Available in vibrant artworks to brighten up your workout. 

Locally printed in Meanjin (Brisbane), Australia.

Product: Gym Towel
Materials: Polyester front, Cotton back
Dimensions: 100cm x 50cm 
Washing: Cold machine wash with regular detergent. Do not use fabric softener. Only wash after a couple of uses. 
Artwork: Boobie Sista 
Artist: Zowie Baumgart

Boobie Sistas
"This piece represents the ongoing support women give each other when suffering with breast cancer.
4 years ago, my best friend was diagnosed with breast cancer. Not being able to take no for an answer, I shaved my head with her and raised some money for herself and her family to go on a holiday once treatment was all over. Amazingly, she beat the cancer and is now living her life to the fullest.
We came up with this piece together. The circle represents the meeting space for all women battling this illness. The rainbow shapes around the circle represent the women and all the people that helped them through this rough time. Women supporting women in a very special way."

Zowie Baumgart

Kombumerri and Butchulla woman

Zowie Baumgart is an artist whose work represents the combined narratives of her parents' clans, the Kombumerri of South Stradb... Learn more