M & S Textiles Australia
GATHERING BY THE RIVER BLUE by Australian Aboriginal Artist BARBARA EGAN
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THIS LISTING IS FOR:
1 x FQ (Fat Quarter) 50cm x 55cm (19.7” x 22”)
1 x Full Width Strip 25cm x 110cm (9.85” x 44”)
1 x Metre 100cm x 110cm (39.37 x 44")
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**Purchases of more than 1 unit of the same fabric will be sent as a single piece
***If you need more fabric than is listed, please ask as we may have more
TO PURCHASE CONTINUOUS LENGTHS BY FQ OR 25cm UNIT:
2 units = ½ metre 50cm x 110cm (19.7” x 44”)
3 units = ¾ metre 75cm x 110cm (29.5” x 44")
4 units = 1 metre 100cm x 110cm (39.37” x 44”)
HANDY CONVERSION CHART:
1 metre = 100cm or 39.37"
1 yard = 36 inches or 91.4 centimetres
1 Foot = 12 inches or 30.48 centimetres
(to simplify…1 metre is approx. 3 inches longer than a yard)
FABRIC: 100% Cotton (quilting, apparel, craft)
PALETTE: multicoloured with blue, aqua, purple, gold, white
MANUFACTURER: M & S Textiles Australia
AUSTRALIAN ABORIGINAL ARTIST: BARBARA EGAN was born on the banks of the Murray River and later moved to Robinvale with her father. In recent times Barbara has focused her art practice on her connection to Robinvale and the river surrounds. Her artworks are shown in various art galleries and in private collections.
THE DESIGN: Aboriginal people are regarded as the 'land owners' of Australia, and they consider the land to be more than just a 'place'. They respect every mountain, river, waterhole, tree, animal, etc. They believe that their Aboriginal ancestors are the creators of all the land and objects that are essential to their day-to-day life.
Traditional Aboriginal laws involve bush food, sea food, wild life, hunting, etc. Yet the Aboriginal people honour their ancestral lands and the teachings of their ancestors and never hoard food or spoil the nature of their environment.
Many Aboriginal ceremonial rituals are conducted on the bank of a river where people gather and perform dances, story-telling, and other sacred rituals.
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