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Dreamtime Feathers-Jasmine-Skye Marinos

Aug 06, 2018

The theme for this year’s Scarf Festival was Living On The Land. Jasmine-Skye’s winning entry, titled ‘Dreamtime Feathers’, pays tribute to her Elders past and present. Jasmine used traditional techniques to create her scarf, including gathering materials from the land. The collar is made with twine and emu feathers. The front is made from handmade native grass twine and feathers gathered from native birds. ‘Dreamtime Feathers’ truly is a divine piece.

"Dreamtime Feathers" by Jasmine-Skye Marinos

"This scarf is to pay tribute to my ancestors. I have used traditional techniques to crete my scarf, including gathering materials from the land. The collar is made with twine and emu feathers. The front is made from handmade native grass twine and feathers gathered from native birds."

Congratulations Jasmine-Skye and to all the winners, runners up and participants of Scarf Festival 2018! 🙌

All scarves now on display at the National Wool Museum Geelong until 26 August 2018. www.nwm.vic.gov.au

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