Lindon Wallet – Poinciana Seed Pods – Gabriella Baxter


Our Lindon wallet is well made and sturdy and feels really good in your hand. Makes a lovely and unique gift.

Fabric designer: Gabriella Baxter from Nagula Jarndu in Broome, Western Australia. The fabric was hand printed in Sydney.

Availability: 1 in stock

Fabric: Linen feature base cloth and cotton lining.
Color: The base cloth color is ‘chops’ a warm brown and the inks are blue, cream and mustard.

W: 11.5 cm (4.5 inches)
H: 9 cm (3.5 inches)


  • Central insert for 2 visual ID cards
  • 6 slip-in card pockets
  • Two full length pocket/compartments for notes
  • Zippered full length internal pocket
  • Limited edition – only 5 ever made

The fabric was hand screen printed in Sydney by Publisher Textiles. This wallet was made by Kravan House, our Cambodian social enterprise partner that has been employing and training disabled artisans since 2003.

Please note that each purse is unique and the placement of the fabric design is different and wonderful on each item.

Fabric Designer: Gabriella (Gabby) Baxter

Design: Poinciana Seed Pods

Gabriella is a Walmajarri woman, from Fitzroy Crossing.

Gabby has participated in several Nagula Jarndu exhibitions in Broome and her work has featured at previous Darwin Aboriginal Art Fairs and Revealed Exhibitions in Fremantle.

Her work consists of abstract designs that describe her grandmother’s country and is a tribute to her ancestral home lands, the Great Sandy Desert.

Art Centre: Nagula Jarndu

Yawuru Jarndu Aboriginal Corporation – trading as Nagula Jarndu (Saltwater Woman) is a Not for Profit incorporated body with a membership of 70 Indigenous women and is governed by 8 Yawuru women Directors.
Yawuru Jarndu first started operating in 1987 when it was established as an Indigenous women’s resource centre by Yawuru women, with the aim of recording oral history and preserving Yawuru language and culture.

The organisation evolved into an arts and textiles business, offering training in screen printing and dressmaking, producing fabrics for clothing and home wares, designed and made by local Indigenous artists. A retail outlet was established in 1998 called Nagula Jarndu Designs which proved a successful venture.

Fabric lengths can be purchased from the art centre website:


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