Malian artisans add visual interest to gossamer thin cotton scarves with an updated mudcloth, also known as bogolan, dyeing process. Available in rust and black. The black dye contrasts boldly with the undyed white patterns, and with the long fringe, the scarf allows you to incorporate African mudcloth into your ensemble without the bulk and weight of the traditional textile.
#Zulu weaver Nomkhosi Nkosi lives in the farmlands of Zululand, South Africa. She regularly sends #BasketsOfAfrica her beautiful Ukhamba baskets with traditional patterns and geometric designs. Many of her baskets feature asymmetrical designs, so the patterns are different on every side. Her creations are warm and elegant and beautiful.