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Onion Dreaming

Dreamtime: Doris Inkamala is a well-known Aboriginal Artist from Alice Spring, N.T., whose artwork is well regarded. She rearranges small bush onion and floral stems very professionally. Wild bush onions are drawn star-shaped and measure half an inch across. Wild onions are slightly more pungent than the leaves. The tall stalks grow together in small clumps and sometimes reach up to two feet in height. It is a favoured food for brolgas. Doris’s artwork is very professional, and customers love her designs. Her works are bold, colorful and detailed.

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 M&S Textiles Australia is the largest manufacturer of Australian Aboriginal designs printed on quilting quality 100% cotton fabric. Aboriginal artworks are popular throughout the world and are the only living ancient artwork. Their tradition goes back thousands of years.  It is amazing that many of the artists do not have any formal education or training.


180+ Australian Aboriginal Fabrics from

M&S Textiles

We have the largest selection of M&S Aboriginal fabrics around.  Over 180 different patterns and colorways to choose from.  Check them out by clicking here.  You’ll find something you like.  We guarantee it.


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Tragic Wildfires in Australia

Satellite photo of a portion of Eastern Australia

The devastation of the bushfires in Australia has been in the news quite a bit lately.  Our thoughts are with those who have lost everything and those who are fighting this disaster. To the communities that have been decimated, the ongoing effect will be mind-boggling.

If you would like to donate or contribute to the Victorian Bushfire Appeal we received information from Jen Kingwell on these two initiatives:   (a government appeal) or


Posted by Heartsong Quilts Admin Friday, January 24, 2020 5:10:00 PM Categories: Australian Aboriginal fabrics


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