This design is a focal piece in this collection and is handcrafted using the Boro Boro technique, stitching together individual patchworks of Aboriginal Dreamings. The Boro Boro stitching is done by hand by Catherine, with both the process and the finished product representing how life often requires us to mend things time and time again, but our resilience allows us to come back better than ever.
This Kimono wrap is more weighted than the other Kimonos in this collection. The quilting and Boro-Boro handstitching gives this beauty more structure and texture when you run your fingers through it. It’s definitely a collectable handmade number you would love.
Each piece takes about 6 weeks to handmake from prepping the fabric, quilting, letting the fabric relax to its final state, to adding in the Boro Boro stitching, relax it again and then, finally handmaking the actual garment. It’s a fine art and it’s worth every moment handmaking.
+Handmade with 100% premium cotton and lined with luxe satin lining
+ Buy and own a piece of this 60,000-year-old ancient living art; this garment is quilted using both Bush Berry Ecru Dreaming and Bush Food Ecru Dreaming by our beloved Aboriginal artists, Cindy Wallace, and Marlene Doolan.
+ 100% designed and handmade in Australia. A percentage of our revenue will be contributed to serve earth and humanity through our mission #AllLivesMatter
+The one special piece you would adore. This artistic collector’s number is yours to preserve and flaunt for a long time.
+This number comes in one size and fits S to L, with longest side of Kimono at approx. 83cm +/1 1~2cm variance.