Mud cloth

Discover creative ideas to incorporate mud cloth in your home decor and add a touch of boho chic to your living space. Explore the versatility and beauty of this traditional African textile.
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Mud cloth with a lovely smaller scale tribal pattern on an earthy, deep rusty clay color. I have laundered this textile so it's ready to use. Use for an upholstery project, frame, or use for pillows. Heavy strips of hand-joined cotton, from Mali Africa. This is a newer piece so there is no wear and tear. Excellent condition. Ends are raw edges. African name for these mud cloth textiles is Bogolanfini. This piece has been crafted using a hand-print technique to create authentic tribal…

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Joy Johnson
"Traditional African mudcloth fabrics are hand woven from cotton fibers and then dyed sometimes with mud or other natural paints. Because they are made one at a time, no two pieces will ever be exactly alike. Mudcloths can be used for clothing, home decoration (pillows, curtains, wall mural, or just throw it over a chair), crafts and others. They're great for clothing, home decoration, crafts and other creative pursuits. African artisans hand-dye symbols into these fabrics in order to tell stori Ankara, Mudcloth Fabric, African Mud Cloth, Mud Cloth, Kuba Cloth, African Textile, African Pattern, Batik Pattern, Cotton

"Traditional African mudcloth fabrics are hand woven from cotton fibers and then dyed sometimes with mud or other natural paints. Because they are made one at a time, no two pieces will ever be exactly alike. Mudcloths can be used for clothing, home decoration (pillows, curtains, wall mural, or just throw it over a chair), crafts and others. They're great for clothing, home decoration, crafts and other creative pursuits. African artisans hand-dye symbols into these fabrics in order to tell…

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