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Wiinugamin (Bushfire) Quilt Cover Set

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Our latest range of homewares features demure yet sparkling designs inspired by natural landscapes from Wiradjuri artist Amanda Hinkelmann. Introducing Country, Connection, Experience. 

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

“I have three main themes that inspire my work: Connection, Country and Experience. Those closest to me who I learn from and grow with. The Country I live on and all that Mother Earth provides. And my life's experiences and the journey I take on earth. “ - Amanda 


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: Wiinugamin (Bushfire) 
Artist: Amanda Hinkelmann

 
Wiinugamin (Bushfire)
The bush fires of January 2020 are represented within this artwork. The destructive and damaging way in which the fires swept across Country and devastated the lands. It represents the idea that had traditional methods of fire use been implemented, the hills around my home and the land in which me and so many other live, could have been saved. Fire as a tool is extremely powerful, but it must be respected, harnessed, understood. Or fire becomes the enemy. Fire was the enemy. A strength turned against us. We teach our young how to respect and understand fire. We couldn’t teach the powers, and the fire became the power against us.

Amanda Hinkelmann

Wiradjuri woman

Amanda Hinkelmann is a Wiradjuri woman born in Wagga Wagga. She is raising her four children on Wiradjuri Country, passing down... Learn more