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Africa | Wrapper ~ bida cloth ~ from the Nupe people of Nigeria...

Africa | Wrapper ~ bida cloth ~ from the Nupe people of Nigeria...

Vanuit Mali daagde Margot ons uit voor een heuse Afrika challenge. Ze stuurde twee dozen vol prachtige Afrikaanse stoffen richting België. De opdracht: maak twee stuks.

Vanuit Mali daagde Margot ons uit voor een heuse Afrika challenge. Ze stuurde twee dozen vol prachtige Afrikaanse stoffen richting België. De opdracht: maak twee stuks.

Africa | Woman's wrapper from the Nupe people of West Africa | ca. 1950-80 | cotton plain weave with rayon supplementary weft | This type of wrapper, with elaborate weft inlays, would have been worn during weddings, market day and other special occasions. This type of garment is made of two woven panels that are sewn together to produce a wider cloth.

Africa | Woman's wrapper from the Nupe people of West Africa | ca. 1950-80 | cotton plain weave with rayon supplementary weft | This type of wrapper, with elaborate weft inlays, would have been worn during weddings, market day and other special occasions. This type of garment is made of two woven panels that are sewn together to produce a wider cloth.

Collection Detail | Textile Museum of Canada Collection and Exhibitions

Collection Detail | Textile Museum of Canada Collection and Exhibitions

Africa | Woman's wrapper from the Nupe people of West Africa | ca. 1970s | cotton, rayon

Africa | Woman's wrapper from the Nupe people of West Africa | ca. 1970s | cotton, rayon

Africa | "Pagne suruku kawa (Spot of the Hyena) from the Dyula people of the Ivory Coast.  ca. 1960.  Made up of 4 panels. | © Museum der Kulturen, Basel

Africa | "Pagne suruku kawa (Spot of the Hyena) from the Dyula people of the Ivory Coast. ca. 1960. Made up of 4 panels. | © Museum der Kulturen, Basel

Africa | Wrapper (Seru Njaago), 1970s | Senegal, Saint-Louis; Manjaka peoples | Cotton, synthetic yarns

Africa | Wrapper (Seru Njaago), 1970s | Senegal, Saint-Louis; Manjaka peoples | Cotton, synthetic yarns

Indigo Arts Gallery | Art from Africa | Kente Cloth from Ghana

Indigo Arts Gallery | Art from Africa | Kente Cloth from Ghana

Africa | Manding robe from the 19th century | Part of Duncan Clark's private collection (Less than 25 examples are known from museum collections worldwide)

Africa | Manding robe from the 19th century | Part of Duncan Clark's private collection (Less than 25 examples are known from museum collections worldwide)

Africa | Ewe Cloth from Ghana | Karun Collection

Africa | Ewe Cloth from Ghana | Karun Collection

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