Totem Cushion Cover Koala
Totem Cushion covers depict traditions. Aboriginal tribal and clan groups each have a totem.
- A dreamtime story tells of why the Koala has a stumpy tail today, telling how the Koala long furry tail was pull off by the tree Kangaroo, who was trying to make lazy Koala help dig in the dry riverbed for water during a drought.
- The cushion cover is a blend of yellow, grey and green
- A totem is a natural object, plant or animal that is inherited by members of a clan or family as their emblem and the group is responsible for the stewardship of their totem.
- Made from 100% natural fabric, 55%linen and 45% cotton
- Suggested is a 50 x 50 cm cushion insert, they are perfect for the lounge or bed.
- They are suitable for indoor use only.
- Each cushion comes with an Aboriginal Story Card