We make. We collaborate. We promote. We share.

We make (our own brand) accessories, clothing and homewares from Indigenous-designed fabrics hand printed in Australia.

We collaborate with partners – Indigenous artists and art centres in Australia and disabled and disadvantaged artisans in Cambodia – who make our beautiful products.

We promote talented people, ethical businesses and fair trade fabric products. We sell a range of our own products and other gorgeous things in our online Etsy shop.

We share stories about what’s happening in textiles; people, events, exhibitions, publications, awards, products and more. #thereisloveinsharing

Mr Channa In, master craftsman and trainer at Kravan House, with a length of hand-printed fabric designed by Agnes Nampitjinpa Dixon from Ikuntji Artists in the Northern Territory of Australia. He is asking if the little trees on the design are hands. Phnom Penh 2020

We love all things textiles. Fabric. Fibre. Weaving. Especially hand-made, hand-printed and/or hand-dyed fabrics.

Flying Fox Fabrics – beautiful things ethically hand-made from textiles

Social Impacts

Felicity (Flick) Wright is the founder of Flying Fox Fabrics after more than 30 years working for and with Aboriginal remote community art centres. She has an extensive knowledge of art centres and the development of textiles Fair trade and ethical business is win-win. Good for the producers and good for customers. Read here to learn about the positive social impacts that Flying Fox Fabrics creates.

Flick, founder of FLying Fox Fabrics, and Mrs Thanan, founder of pioneering social enterprise Kravan House in Phnom Penh 2019