Flying Fox Fabrics

We are the exclusive stockists for the Flying Fox Fabrics range of accessories and homewares made from quality fabrics designed by First Nations artists.

An Anita bag made from fabric designed by Martha Lee, a member of Nagula Jarndu in Broome.

The products are made in small fair trade workshops in Cambodia by disabled artisans. The feature fabrics used in each item are sourced from remote community art centres in Australia or artisans in Africa and Cambodia. Flying Fox Fabrics specialises in value-adding to hand-printed and dyed fabrics designed by First Nations artists. This project was started at Injalak Arts in 2013 by Felicity Wright, founder of Songlines, and has grown to create social and financial impacts for Cambodians and Indigenous artists. Beautifully made, we get many repeat customers thrilled to be able to replace their much loved purses and bags.

Some of the Flying Fox Fabrics range of purses, clutches and cross-body bags