(Australia circa 1946– )
19.0 x 20.0 x 45.0cm
Before we made the tjanpi [baskets] with wool. I went to Adelaide and I found this raffia in a shop. I saw all the other colours there but I only had money for the plain one. I brought it back and made a basket and all the women saw it. It was a new idea; they all asked, 'Where did you get it?' And then the Women’s Council rang up and found out about it and brought it to Alice Springs. -- Niningka Lewis
Penny Watson (Compilator), Tjanpi desert weavers, South Yarra, 2012, 303 (colour illus.).
Tjanpi desert weavers 2011, 2011, 60 (colour illus.) 141.
'Collections: Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander art', pg. 22-25., Art Gallery of New South Wales Annual Report 2008-09 2009, 2009, 24, 25 (colour illus.).
18th Annual Desert Mob Exhibition (2008), Araluen Centre, 28 Sep 2008–09 Nov 2008.