Ravelry: Suke-Suke Cowl pattern by Olga Buraya-Kefelian. This lady's brain blows my mind.

Suke-Suke Cowl pattern by Olga Buraya-Kefelian

Africa | Kpokpo cloth (aka. country cloth or Kondi gula in Mende) from the Mende people of Sierra Leone | Cotton; woven into strips on a tripod loom  then sewn together | Pre 1960

Kpokpo cloth from the Mende people of Sierra Leone. Cotton woven into strips on a tripod loom, then sewn together.

Africa | Barkcloth (lioncloth) ~ 'Pongo' ~ from the Mbuti people of the Iturri Forest, DR Congo | Pouned bark, and natural plant dye | 20th century

Africa Barkcloth (lioncloth) ~ 'Pongo' ~ from the Mbuti people of the Iturri Forest, DR Congo Pouned bark, and natural plant dye century

Wendy Lewis

The Fabric House loves HEMP , we have various weights suitable for the best loose covers. Hemp is the strongest of the natural fibres and we can dye to any colour you may want.

hand embroidered coverlets, known as tenangos, crafted by the otomi indians from the mountains of the mexican state of hidalgo

hand embroidered coverlets, known as tenangos, crafted by the otomi indians from the mountains of the mexican state of hidalgo. I have a large red & black one like this.

Belgian Linen

army duck fabrics might be a good choice, high stain resistance and durable. slightly pricey - but maybe worth it.

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