Part of our beautifully curated Indigenous collection, this stand-out fabric tells a forbidden love story. Beautifully painted by Warlukurlangu artists Joy Nangala Brown its something that's both captiating and intriguing the more you look at in. Printed on a beautiful rayon spandex blend, it's soft to touch and perfect for any head!
The site for this Dreaming is Yumari, a collection of rocks west of Kintore in the Gibson Desert. Yumari is the site of a forbidden love union between a Japaljarri man and a Nangala woman. This Dreaming was passed down to the artist by a Pintupi man. In contemporary Warlpiri paintings traditional iconography is used to represent the Jukurrpa, associated sites and other elements. In this work concentric circles are often used to represent 'warnirri' (rock holes).
We have three front styles to offer in this turban; Rosie, Ruffle + Eleanor. Rosie is a classic bloom styled front with a little more bulk to it whilst Eleanor is a classic vertical fan style that blends in more. Ruffle is a new style we've added that is a simple gathered front. Pictured here is the Ruffle styled front.
Each and every item from Inspired By Ruth is handcrafted with love. We take great care in making our products, however, due to the handmade nature of them each piece may vary slightly in size and pattern. We aim to show you these variations via the placement of multiple items in our photos.
Please note that these sizes are approximate. All of our fabrics have a good amount of stretch, but if your child is on the higher end of our sizing - Please size up!