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You can pick your own unique Baoule cloth
Baoule cloth comes from the Ivory Coast of Africa and the color range is endless. These amazing hand loomed strip cloth textiles are perfect for adding global style and a pop of color to any decor. The weight of baoule cloth is just right to use as pillow cover fabric. It has a soft hand and a nice drape allowing for a variety of uses. Drape over the foot of a bed, a sofa back, or hang a Bauleh cloth as wall decore. No two are alike and none can be specified. Approx. 38" - 45" wide by 54" - 55" long. M-F180P
Styles 1-16 will have many in stock. Other styles may only have 1 piece available, and will not usually be re-stocked once they have sold out.
Nothing makes a fashion statement better than mudcloth! With this, you can choose your own piece of mudcloth and know what you are getting.These mudcloth pieces, which are made in Mali are "Lapa" size. Approx. 40" - 45" wide x 63" - 68" long.
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 53” x 80”. Made in Nigeria. M-F090
Each piece is different, no two are alike. Exact colors and designs cannot be requested or guaranteed.
**No free shipping when over $500. There is a $15 shipping per case charge. A customer service representative will contact you once your order is placed to arrange the shipping payment.**
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.