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Our latest range of bedding features bold artwork that showcases traditional storytelling in a contemporary style and setting. With new artworks from Merindah-Gunya these beautiful pieces will light up a room and brighten your day. 

These quilt cover sets will transform your bedroom with a beautiful canvas of artwork. They are composed of 100% cotton with a luxurious sateen finish, and feature a 300 thread count.

"Continuing a tradition through storytelling and art has allowed me to continuously reflect and extend my knowledge and experiences as an Aboriginal woman." - Merindah-Gunya

Returns: Please note our quilt covers and sheet sets are unfortunately not eligible for returns due to health regulations. However, if the item is faulty, it is of course exempt from this rule, you can see our full returns policy here.


Product: Quilt Cover Set
Includes: Quilt Cover + 2 x Pillowcases (Single size includes only one pillowcase)
Materials: 100% cotton (with sateen finish) - 300 thread count
Washing: Wash separately before use. Gentle machine wash with similar colours. Do not bleach. Line dry in shade. Warm steam iron on reverse.
Sizing: Super King: 270 x 240cm + 2 pillowcases 48cm x 73cm.
King: Quilt Cover 245cm x 210cm + 2 pillowcases 48cm x 73cm.
Queen: Quilt Cover 210cm x 210cm + 2 pillowcases 48cm x 73cm.
Double: Quilt Cover 180cm x 210cm + 2 pillowcases 48cm x 73cm.
Single: Quilt Cover 140cm x 210cm + 1 pillowcase 48cm x 73cm.
Artwork: Peeneeyt (Strong)
Artist: Merindah-Gunya

 

Peeneeyt (Strong)

This artwork tells a story of strength. I was back home on Kirrae Whurrong country a few weeks ago (August) and my Uncle was telling me a story of how him and my nan were moved around a lot when they were little.

There was one story in particular that really stuck with me, one where when he was 5 they moved to Naarm (Melbourne). When they arrived they were told they were not allowed to stay because they were Aboriginal, but they also were not allowed to get back on the train home (to Warrnambool). Him, my nan and their mum (my granny) had to walk from Melbourne to Warrnambool, but only during the night when no one could see them. I asked why it had to be dark and he said "we would have got shot".

Their strength and their connection to culture amazes me, when they grew up in a time where it was so difficult to live, even day by day.

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Merindah-Gunya (Bayley Mifsud)

A descendant of the Kirrae and Peek Whurrong clan of the Marr Nation

Creating art has allowed me to connect with my culture on a deeper level that I have experienced. I have been raised extremely ... Learn more