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Choose your own piece of Asoke fabric.
Asoke is a strong fabric worn by the Yoruba people of Nigeria. The luxurious material is worn for special occasions. When making this Asoke fabric, each strip is woven and bound together that creates an uneven looking weave. A variety of patterns and colors are used and includes many other types of material such as cotton, polyester and silk. Full size pieces approx 42"-53” wide x 60"-80” long. Made in Nigeria. M-F091
Since these are individually photographed, only 1 of each style # can be ordered. Asking for more than 1 of a style # will delay your order.
Anitque indigo fabric has a faded and aged colors to give it a vintage look. Less color bleeding. Sizes vary from approx. 36" to 45" wide and approx. 56" to 63" long. 100% cotton. Thick and soft fabric. It's versatile in its uses from wearing as a blanket, decoration, or to make clothing or pillows. Made in Mali. M-F163
No two pieces are alike and none can be specified.
Note: The antique indigo is an antique fabric. It has been used for years if not decades. That is the reason that it's faded as it is and the reason that there are holes that have been repaired.
You can also choose an individual piece of mudcloth here. (Exact pieces can be chosen for $3 more each.)
Indigo pieces may bleed. To prevent this, wash several times in cold water to remove as much loose dye as possible.
Nothing makes a fashion statement better than mudcloth!
These mudcloth pieces, which are made in Mali are "Lapa" size. Approx. 38" - 45" wide x 63" - 68" long. Sizes may vary as these are hand made. Traditional African mudcloth sheets are handwoven and made one at a time. No two pieces of mud cloth are exactly alike, so the colors shown are available, but the exact patterns vary from one piece to the next. They're great for clothing, home decoration, crafts and other creative pursuits. African artisans hand-dye symbols into these fabrics in order to tell stories of their villages and African proverbs. Mudcloth has a long tradition of being used by West African warriors and hunters to camouflage themselves. Nowadays, people across the globe are wearing them to stand out and celebrate their connection to the African continent. M-F050
Best to wash by hand.
All mudcloth is individually hand spun, hand woven, and hand painted. Each piece is different. Photos shown here are representative of colors only.
This soft black soap does wonders for irritated, sensitive skin that needs gentle healing. Made in Ghana. M-S217
There is no free shipping on full cases of soap when the order is more than $400.
Unrefined Shea butter does not spoil, but some of its health benefits decrease after 18 months.
Please note: There is only 1 in stock for each style #. These are unique pieces so multiple quantities of a particular style # cannot be ordered. If ordered, it could cause a delay in your order.
APPROX 5' x 7' - Mudcloth Bambara - Genuine mudcloth with hand-painted designs using the traditional methods which have been passed down for many years. The cloth is first woven, then a design is painted on by hand using natural ingredients. Each piece is unique and different. No two pieces are alike. This cloth is then dipped into specially prepared dyes made with mud, left to dry and then often dipped again. The process may take several weeks from start to finish. Authentic mudcloth with symbolic designs. M-F130