Aneura (by Yarn)

Warlu Hair Set - Orange & Blue

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Our elegant headbands and scrunchies are the perfect accessory for jazzing up simple outfits. They come in an extensive range of Indigenous designs by Warlukurlangu Art Centre. Their beautiful designs depict Dreaming stories and the close connection they have to country.

Hair set includes: 

  • 1x Bush Food Scrunchie 
  • 1x Desert Fringe-rush Scrunchie 
  • 1x Majardi Scrunchie 
  • 1x Bush Food Top Headband 
  • 1x Desert Fringe-rush Scrunch Headband 

Product: Warlu Hair Set 
Fabric: 100% Polyester
Artists: Carol Nampikinpa Larry, Valerie Napurrurla Morris, Kelly Napanangka Michaels
Stories: Bush Food, Desert Fringe-rush, Majardi 

Story: Bush Food 
Artist: Carol Nampijinpa Larry 

This painting represents women gathering bush foods on Warlpiri country. They hunt for a number of different bush foods including witchetty grubs, honey ants, bush bananas, bush beans and desert truffle.Traditionally, digging sticks were charred and ground on a stone surface to create a bevelled edge. Today, Warlpiri women use crowbars to dig for bush foods.

Story: Desert Fringe-rush 
Valerie Napurrurla Morris 

Desert Fringe-rush is a native grass with an edible seed. The seeds are traditionally ground on a large stone with a small stone to create flour. This flour is mixed with water to make damper cakes which are cooked in fire coals.

Story: Majardi 
Kelly Napanangka Michaels

'Majardi' is a belt or tassel made of spun hair or fur worn during traditional ceremonies. Human hair or sometimes the fur from wallabies and possums is collected, rolled on the thigh and spun using a stick spindle. This string is then incorporated into skirts or tassels to be worn by women or men during ceremonies. This painting connects with the ancestral women of Mina Mina as they wore Majardi when performing dances and ceremonies when travelling across their country.

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scott h.
Australia Australia
Looks gr8!

I brought for my granddaughters & they loved them.

Dianne R.
Australia Australia
Warlu Hair Set - Orange & Blue

Fantastic and couldn't be happier with them. The Headbands done squeeze the life out of your head and the scrunchies are perfect size (and I have a lot of hair!) Thanks so much Yarn, you Mob are Deadly

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