> DISCOVER MUDCLOTH

> DISCOVER MUDCLOTH

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.

> DISCOVER HANDWOVEN MOROCCAN COTTON

> DISCOVER HANDWOVEN MOROCCAN COTTON

Traditionally handwoven by artisans in Marrakesh, the fabrics used to make these cushions are made from 100% Organic Cotton, using traditional wooden loom.

> DISCOVER AFRICAN PRINTS

> DISCOVER AFRICAN PRINTS

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

> DISCOVER FASO DAN FANI

> DISCOVER FASO DAN FANI

The Faso Dan Fani is a woven cotton fabric made in Burkina Faso.

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