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Roos fabric by nezumiworld on Spoonflower - custom fabric

Preview scale: 24 x 24 inches

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On Basic Cotton Ultra per yard $ In stock

By Michelle Ryan

Love both traditional and non-traditional design methods and media. If you buy my fabric I'd love to see what you make from it. Fabrics can be used to manufacture goods or make products to sell. Artwork protected by © copyright - All rights reserved.

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A mob of hopping kangaroos

My aunt lived in Melbourne and sent me a soft toy kangaroo as a present when I was little. I loved it and watched Skippy and dreamed of one day going to Australia and seeing them. So years later when I had the chance to get to Sydney the one animal I wanted to see was the kangaroo. OK I had to go to the zoo to see them but I never knew there was so many different types and yes I still like them and dream of one day returning and seeing them hop about free in the wild :)

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nezumiworld says: Thank you Rhonda, I love how they can spring in the air and hop around so quickly, hopefully next time I will get outside the city and see them :)

Posted over 4 years ago.


rhondadesigns says: It looks like this mob of red kangaroos have been spooked into bounding away from danger! There is a great sense of movement in your design, Michelle. It was interesting to read how your fascination for these creatures began. You actually don't need to travel far from the cities to see prolific numbers of kangaroos grazing beside busy highways and quiet byways. You are most likely to spot them in the early morning or just on dusk, as that is when they come out to feed. In the middle of the day they sensibly take shelter in shaded forest areas.

Posted over 4 years ago.