Kennard & Kennard
Aboriginal Art Spirit of the Bush 2 Honey Ant-Igan Iti Cotton Quilting Fabric is from the Spirit of the Bush 2 Collection designed by Chern’ee, Brooke and Jesse Sutton for Kennard and Kennard.
This fabric is 100% cotton and is 44 inches (112 cm) wide.
***Pattern runs the length of the fabric***
(1/2 yard = 45.7 cm)This fabric is sold in 1/2 yard increments if you would like 1 yard please select 2,1 1/2 yards select 3,2 yards select 4and so on
Chern’ee Sutton. Chern’ee is an award winning, modern indigenous artist from the Kalkadoon people around the Mount Isa area in Queensland.
This fabric is called “Igan Iti” in the Kalkadoon language which means “Honey Ant”. This fabric is Chern’ee Sutton's interpretation of the honey ant and his life. The honey ant stores food for his brothers and sisters inside his belly until such a time that food is scarce, he then keeps his family alive by sharing his stored food with them. The honey ant is a delicacy to the Kalkadoon people who dig the ants from the rich red soil and use them as a source of food.
While every care has been taken to ensure the accuracy of the colours depicted in our images, please be aware that due to monitor resolution, lighting etc it is almost impossible to represent colour to 100% accuracy.