Cotton Tea Towel - "Two Sisters"
This design is owned by Diane Dawson.
This is the story of two sisters. They are travelling on foot around Australia - through sand hills and mountains looking for mai (food). When the women get to Wamitja they camp there the night. In the morning they see a man by himself sleeping on the top of a mountain. The ladies hit the man and roll him to a cave and hide his body. They keep travelling towards Uluru.
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