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Aboriginal boy and girl miniland dolls wearing outfits with brown, yellow and black Aboriginal art design
Aboriginal boy and girl miniland dolls wearing outfits with purple, yellow and blue  Aboriginal art design
Aboriginal boy and girl miniland dolls wearing outfits with red, brown and rust Aboriginal art design
Three Miniland doll shirt and short sets - one with brown and yellow design, one with yellow, purple, red blue design and one with brown and rust design
  • Load image into Gallery viewer, Aboriginal boy and girl miniland dolls wearing outfits with brown, yellow and black Aboriginal art design
  • Load image into Gallery viewer, Aboriginal boy and girl miniland dolls wearing outfits with purple, yellow and blue  Aboriginal art design
  • Load image into Gallery viewer, Aboriginal boy and girl miniland dolls wearing outfits with red, brown and rust Aboriginal art design
  • Load image into Gallery viewer, Three Miniland doll shirt and short sets - one with brown and yellow design, one with yellow, purple, red blue design and one with brown and rust design

Indigenous Dolls Clothes - Shirt and Shorts - suits Miniland 38cm

Vendor
Miss Alice
Regular price
$28.00
Sale price
$28.00
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Handmade doll clothing made lovingly here in Newcastle by Rosemary from Miss Alice Designs.

These dolls shirt and shorts are made to fit the 38cm Miniland Dolls (or any other similar sized doll). They come with a shirt with an easy to put on velcro back and a shorts.

These dresses are made locally from fabric bought from the Spotlight Indigenous Art Quilting Range.

There are three fabrics used:

  • Jijaka Desert Wind Cotton Fabric (Jijaka is a collection of artworks that were developed by a collective of Aboriginal artists working for the Jumbana Group over the course of 20+ years.)
  • Yumari Dreaming Cotton Fabric (Artist: Joy Nangala Brown)
  • Maureen Indigenous Women Dreaming Cotton Fabric (Artist: Maureen Hudson Nampajimpa)

Royalties from Jijaka sales support the Nangala Project, to relieve poverty and disadvantage amongst Australian Indigenous children and their families through creating locally engaged & sustainable opportunity.

Please note: The dolls are sold separately to the clothing. The girl doll Indigenous dolls dress and headband are also sold separately on another listing.