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Delia Bag – Frog Dreaming

$110.00 inc. GST

Our Delia bags are a delight. Delia bags have a sleek form and adjustable strap which makes for a very practical and stylish bag. Delias are one of our customers top picks!

This Delia bag features a digitally printed fabric that has adapted an original painting by Thomas Jangala Rice from Warlukurlangu Artists. Thomas’s painting tells the story of the Warlu Jarlji Jukurrpa (Frog Dreaming).

This Delia bag was sourced from Flying Fox Fabrics’ collaboration with the Cambodian social enterprise Women for Women.

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Fabric: Feature fabric is digitally printed on cotton.

H: 27cm (12.6 inch)
W: 24cm (9.5 inch)
Base: 6cm (2.4 inch)


  • Fully lined
  • Zip closure
  • Adjustable strap
  • Can be worn on the shoulder or cross body
  • Two front, external zipper pockets
  • Internal zip pocket
  • Two internal pockets
  • Quality notions

Our Delia bags are made by Women for Women, our partner foundation based in Cambodia. Women for Women prides itself in providing opportunities and skills that empower Cambodian women and girls to be leaders in their community. Each Delia Bag is handmade with love and care by the women of Women for Women, so please note that every bag is unique, and the placement of the fabric design is different on each item.

Featured Fabric: Warlu Jarlji Jukurrpa (Frog Dreaming) by Thomas Jangala Rice

This painting tells the story of the Jarlji Jukurrpa (frog Dreaming) from Jarljikirlangu. Jarljikirlangu is home to a creek that is dry for most of the year, it lies west of Mt. Denison . The name Jarljikirlangu means ‘belonging to frog’.

During the dry season jarlji (the frog) burrows beneath the surface to hibernate. When the rains come, the creek turns swamp-like and the jarlji begin to croak. When jarlji are crocking, the women begin to dig and find jarlji for food.

Flying Fox Fabrics:

Our Delia bags are sourced from Flying Fox Fabrics, a social enterprise based in Darwin. Flying Fox Fabrics specialises in ethically value-adding to fabric which is designed by First Nations people by making accessories, clothing, and homewares. Flying Fox Fabrics products are made in partnership with fair trade organisations in Cambodia that train and employ disables artisans. Their work is highly skilled and showcases the First Nations fabrics with great respect.