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Igbo akwete cloth, University of Birmingham, UK

Igbo akwete cloth, University of Birmingham, UK

The African Fabric Shop : Hand-woven cotton strip cloth from West Africa

The African Fabric Shop : Hand-woven cotton strip cloth from West Africa

DIY paper heart ornaments

How to make paper hearts on a string on the cheap and pretty

Africa | Detail; Rendille beads and necklaces.  Kenya | © Eric Lafforgue

Africa | Detail; Rendille beads and necklaces. Kenya | © Eric Lafforgue

Africa | An Oshugbo or Ogboni society cloth from the Ijebu Yoruba people of south western Nigeria | Cotton/Silk; woven in four strips with geometric patterns in pink, yellow and indigo

Africa | An Oshugbo or Ogboni society cloth from the Ijebu Yoruba people of south western Nigeria | Cotton/Silk; woven in four strips with geometric patterns in pink, yellow and indigo

NW510 - Woven by Ijebu Yoruba women in the town of Ijebu-Ode and its surroundings, these extraordinary cloths are used as insignia of office...

NW510 - Woven by Ijebu Yoruba women in the town of Ijebu-Ode and its surroundings, these extraordinary cloths are used as insignia of office...

world textiles john gillow - Google zoeken

world textiles john gillow - Google zoeken

Maria Britton (American). Untitled? ~2013-14. "Recently I have started to incorporate smocking, a form of embroidery, into my paintings which enables me to manipulate the surface of a sheet into a bumpy, textured, and patterned surface [. . . ] Using washes, glazes, and streaks of acrylic, I work intuitively and impulsively with brushes, sponges, and squeegees."

Maria Britton (American). Untitled? ~2013-14. "Recently I have started to incorporate smocking, a form of embroidery, into my paintings which enables me to manipulate the surface of a sheet into a bumpy, textured, and patterned surface [. . . ] Using washes, glazes, and streaks of acrylic, I work intuitively and impulsively with brushes, sponges, and squeegees."

HausA cloth, Niger..made from four to eight inch wide strips.  similart to Kente but woven on a wider loom and not on silk or rayon

HausA cloth, Niger..made from four to eight inch wide strips. similart to Kente but woven on a wider loom and not on silk or rayon

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