Handmade Indigenous Large Pot Holder Set


Brighten up your kitchen with a set of six in stunning Jijaka Indigenous fabrics and fabrics based on paintings by Indigenous artist Leeton Lee

**Save 10% when you buy this set of six**

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Brighten up your kitchen with this stunning set of six Handmade Indigenous Large Pot Holders (saving of $12). All made with stunning 100% cotton Aboriginal Jijaka fabrics or fabrics based on paintings by Indigenous artist Leeton Lee. The central top-stitched feature and edge top-stitching accentuate the cushioned look and feel to the pot holder. I have now extended my range to include stunning Indigenous Aboriginal Jijaka fabrics. Jijaka is an Aboriginal word meaning kangaroo and is a collection of artworks developed over twenty years by a collective of Aboriginal artists working for the Jumbana Group. Also available to buy separately – separate listings to be added later today


Including one layer of insulated batting, two layers of fusible fleece and a hanging tab. Approximate size: 25cm/10″ x 25cm/10″

Individually handmade by Chain Bay Sewcraft on the South Coast of NSW, Australia. Current processing times are 2-3 weeks. Fabric placement may differ for each handmade pot holder


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Dimensions 25 × 25 × 5 cm


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