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Mali- Mudcloth Fabric (Bogolan) cloth, river soil, leaves, sun Would love to get my hands on some of this cloth

Africa | Panel from a Ndop Ceremonial Hanging. Bamum or Bamileke people  Cameroon. | First half 20th century |

panel from a Ndop ceremonial hanging - Bamum or Bamileke people Cameroon - First half century - strip woven cotton stitch-resist dyed with indigo.

Africa | Details from a strip woven cloth from the Ewe people of Togo | Cotton, locally woven and dyed.

Details from a strip woven cloth from the Ewe people of Togo. Cotton, locally woven and dyed.

Indigo strip woven and resist dyed cotton cloth.  known as Ndop Cloth  Baminiki People, Grassland of Cameroon, Mid 20th century

Indigo strip woven and resist dyed cotton cloth. known as Ndop Cloth Baminiki People, Grassland of Cameroon, Mid century - Esther Fitzgerald Rare Textiles

Masi (Tapa) Fiji, South Pacific

Tapa from Fiji is called Masi. The method for making masi is basically the same as in Tonga.

Africa | Ewe cloth from Ghana.

Ewe cloth from Ghana - geometric but with a sort of random pattern. My eye is drawn to this and I look at it longer than a perfectly symmetrical design.

cloth from sierra leone

Africa Cloth from Sierra Leone Cotton; woven in six strips, with horizontal bands of decoration in black, gold, brown and blue, with bird and comb motifs on a cream background

bogolanfini mudcloth from Mali. West Africa.

i like most fabric/jewelry from mali. it's different from the rest of west africa too! this is bogolanfini mudcloth from mali, west africa

Africa | Adire Eleko from the Yoruba people of Nigeria. | Circa 1960 | Cotton

Detail, Adire Eleko textile from the Yoruba people of Nigeria. Cotton, resist-paste of cassava flour. via Sarajo

Kuba cloth

Kuba cloth, the magnificent embroidered and applique fabric of the Kuba people, is the best-known example of the ancient African tradition of raffia cloth weaving.

Title: Ndop Textile Bamileke, Bamum, Bamenda, Africa  Type of Object: Ndop Cloth  Ethnic Group: Bamileke, Bamum, Bamenda  Country of Origin: Cameroon  Materials: cotton, dyes  Approximate Age: early to mid 20th century

Title: Ndop Textile Bamileke, Bamum, Bamenda, Africa Type of Object: Ndop Cloth…

Indigo Cloth from Nigeria.Close_up

Yoruba Indigo Resist-dye Adire Eleko Cloth / Cotton fabric cassava starch resist-dyed with natural indigo dye.

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