Warburton is a remote Aboriginal community in the Gibson Desert of Western Australia. It sits 600km down a dirt road to the nearest small town and 1,500 kilometres from the city of Perth. With a population of 700 indigenous Ngaanyatjarra people, the community has a general store, a swimming pool, a clinic, a roadhouse, a shire office and gallery, and, a few other agency buildings. Most inhabitants speak English as a second or third language.
I love how this slippers are made, I would like to use this technic on a dress. Made using hot water and organic soap, these wool felted slippers are also coated with natural latex on the soles to keep you from sliding around.