Wildflowers & Bush Tucker Purple Australian Aboriginal fabric by Christine Doolan
Wildflowers and Bush Tucker Purple Australian Aboriginal fabric is an intricate design in deep purple with green, turquoise and orange accents, arranged in squares and octagons. The Australian Aboriginal fabric is printed on 100 % soft hand cotton that is 42" wide. It is ideally suited for quilting, garments, home decor and other fabric crafts.
Bush Tucker is a big part of NT (New Territory) life. Bush Tucker is also called Bush Food and is any food native to Australia used as sustenance by the original inhabitants, the Aboriginal Australians. But it can also describe any native fauna or flora used for culinary or medical purposes, regardless of the continent or culture. Aboriginal Australians have eaten native animals and plant foods for an estimated 60,000 years of human habitation on the Australian Continent. Various traditional methods of processing and cooking are used. Many foods are also baked in the hot campfire coals for several hours in ground ovens.