Dirrangun at Baryulgil

Tapestry pattern - PDF

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200w x 230h stitches
22 colours
Finished size using Aida 10 count: 50 x 58 cm / 20 x 23 inches (w x h approx.)
Finished size using Aida 12 count: 42 x 48 cm / 16 x 19 inches (w x h approx.)
Publisher: Photothreads
Our model was stitched on 10ct. canvas using DMC Tapestry Wool. Colours have been chosen to give the closest approximation to the original painting.

This PDF pattern contains full instructions, colour key and chart for producing the counted tapestry artwork. DMC colour codes are supplied. It will not be emailed automatically but will be sent after we manually process your order and payment. Please ensure your email address is correct.

The traditional homes of the Bunjalung and Githavul aboriginal people are around the Grafton area and the north coast of New South Wales. Dirrangun, a powerful woman, is well known to both peoples who speak of her connection with local landmarks. The story of Dirrangun at Baryulgil comes from the Bunjalung Tribe.


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