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This print is called "Lambalk Kangun Mannguy" meaning Sugar Glider Eating Flowers. The Artist is Graham Badari. The print also features the "Djirrihdiddid", Sacred Kingfisher.The fabric is hand-printed by Injalak Arts members in their workshop in Gunbalanya in West Arnhem Land, NT. Injalak Arts is a community organisation that is 100% Aboriginal owned and delivers positive social, economic and cultural outcomes for its members.


All pieces are Mindfully Made by Naomi in The Sewloist Studio - West End, Brisbane. Each piece is sewn to a high quality standard. Fabrics are pre-washed.


✂️ MADE TO ORDER ✂️ As this piece will be Made To Order especially for you, please allow up to 1 week for your order to be made prior to being shipped. Please note the print placement may vary from pictures, each Bum Bag will be uniquely different in this way.


The approximate measurements of this Bum Bag are:


Width: 32cmHeight: 33cmDepth: 10cmStrap incl. Bum Bag is adjustable up to 120cm


Please see photos for scale of Bum Bag while being worn.

INJALAK ARTS BUM BAG - "Sugar Glider Eating Flowers"


    This Bum Bag is individually made + built to last with quality hardware + finishes. Generously sized to carry all your essentials securely. Each is sewn with 2 layers of fabric - a screen printed cotton outer and a print cotton lining. The Bum Bag features 2 black zippers, creating one small + one large pocket. All seams are bound on the inside with contrasting bias tape.

    Main Fabric: Screen Printed 100% Cotton

    Lining - 100% Cotton

    Fabric bound seams

    Adjustable Strap with quality Buckle - all black

    2 pockets - 1 main and 1 on front, both with Zip Closures

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