African Fabrics

Africa Imports gives you the largest selection of authentic handmade African fabrics for clothing, furniture, interior decorating and more...

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African Brocade Fabric African Mudcloth Fabric / African Mud cloth Kente Print Fabric and Cloth
African Printed Fabric African Kuba Cloth George Fabric

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- Cotton - George - Kente - Polyester - Rayon

More Information About African Fabrics

  • Wax Print Fabrics hold a special meaning in the hearts of Africans because they each tell a story to the wearer. You see, in Africa clothes aren’t just clothes... the colors, the designs, even the fabrics used are completely unique in that they each have their own history, their own story, their own symbolism. Read more about Wax Print Fabrics here.
  • No fabric is more associated with Africa than the vibrant colors of Kente Cloth. Kente fabric is instantly identifiable to African culture, and therefore is a big hit during Black History Month. Native to the country of Ghana, kente cloth has a strong spiritual value. It is a royal and sacred fabric worn only in times of extreme importance in Africa. Kente is called ‘the cloth of kings’ and over time the use of kente cloth has become more widespread. Read more about Kente Cloth here.

  • George Fabric has gold strands interwoven throughout the fabric, and detailed gold embroidery around the hems of skirts, sleeves, head wraps, and many times the neckline. George garments literally shimmer when you wear them because of all the interwoven gold threads. George fabric is made in India, but is exported to Africa in large quantities because it is so popular there, especially for formal events and weddings. Occasionally George fabric from Africa Imports will run out of stock.  Read more about George Fabric here.

  • Mudcloth is one of the most notable fabrics from the continent. Each piece of mudcloth has a story to tell! The symbols, the arrangement, color and shape, all reveal different secrets. Social statues, characters and occupation, these are all things which a piece of mudcloth communicates. Even now African people are very careful about what they wear, as each fabric, color and dress is interpreted by others. What you wear shows what kind of person you are! Learn more about the meaning behind African Mudcloth here.
  • Kuba Cloth is just starting to become popular in the United States. Using the leaf of the raffia tree, the Kuba people of the Congo first hand cut, and then weave the strips of leaf to make pieces of fabric, often called raffia cloth. There are several different sub groups of the Kuba people. Read more about Kuba Cloth here.

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