Mudcloth is a handwoven textile originating from Mali also known as "Bogolan" or "Bogolanfini". The word "bògòlanfini" is a composite of bɔgɔ, meaning "earth" or "mud"; lan, meaning "with" or "by means of"; and fini, meaning "cloth". Cotton yarns are woven in narrow strips, then sewn together to create larger pieces of fabric, then dyed with fermented mud.
Traditionally handwoven by artisans in Marrakesh, the fabrics used to make these cushions are made from 100% Organic Cotton, using traditional wooden loom.
Commonly known as “African prints”, ”African wax prints” “Ankara", they are 100% cotton fabrics with vibrant patterns. Made through a wax-resist dyeing technique called batik