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Craft Australia
Craft Australia • 2 years ago

From the Mapuru 2005 Report by Diane Moon. She was one of six participants in the weaving workshops held at Mapuru, northeast Arnhem Land, in August 2005. "For weavers, a trip to the bush always includes the search for dye stuffs. One of the most important dyes in Arnhem Land is the strong yellow obtained from djundum (Pogonolobus reticulatus). Djundum is a small, straggly, tree which to around a meter and has coarse, slightly rough leaves.

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