The Greedy Echidna - Spirit of the Bush 2 by Chern'ee Sutton for Kennard & Kennard fabrics
The Greedy Echidna is a colorful design in greens, tans and blues by the Aboriginal artist Chern'ee Sutton, depicting the Echidna in his camp, surrounded by lots of other animals. The fabric is printed on a soft high quality 100% cotton substrate that runs 43" wide. It is ideally suited for quilting, home decor or fun, funky clothing.
Chern'ee says: This painting is called “Nyuuyan Watjinaan” which means “Greedy Echidna” in the Kalkadoon language. Long, long ago all the animals lived as friends in one large camp in Kalkadoon country and each day they would all go out and collect bush tucker and then bring it back to camp to share with all the animals that night. This painting tells the story of why the echidna now moves so slow and has spikes on his back.