Choose Your Own Exact Piece Of Mud Cloth

Styles 1-16 will have many in stock. However for styles 17 - 32, only 1 of each style # can be ordered. Asking for more than one of a these styles will delay your order.

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. 38" - 45" wide x 63" - 68" long.

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Styles 1-16 will have many in stock. However for styles 17 - 32, only 1 of each style # can be ordered. Asking for more than one of a these styles will delay your order.

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. 38" - 45" wide x 63" - 68" long. Sizes may vary as these are hand made.

Traditional African mudcloth sheets are handwoven and made one at a time.They're great for clothing, home decoration, crafts and other creative pursuits. African artisans hand-dye symbols into these fabrics in order to tell stories of their villages and African proverbs. Mudcloth has a long tradition of being used by West African warriors and hunters to camouflage themselves. Nowadays, people across the globe are wearing them to stand out and celebrate their connection to the African continent. M-F051

Best to wash by hand.

All mudcloth is individually hand spun, hand woven, and hand painted.

Styles 1-16 will have many in stock. However for styles 17 - 32, only 1 of each style # can be ordered. Asking for more than one of a these styles will delay your order.

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. 38" - 45" wide x 63" - 68" long. Sizes may vary as these are hand made.

Traditional African mudcloth sheets are handwoven and made one at a time.They're great for clothing, home decoration, crafts and other creative pursuits. African artisans hand-dye symbols into these fabrics in order to tell stories of their villages and African proverbs. Mudcloth has a long tradition of being used by West African warriors and hunters to camouflage themselves. Nowadays, people across the globe are wearing them to stand out and celebrate their connection to the African continent. M-F051

Best to wash by hand.

All mudcloth is individually hand spun, hand woven, and hand painted.

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