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Mali Indigo Cloth

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One of a Kind!

Destination: Kumasi , Ghana

Worn by the Tuaregs, a nomadic Berber people from North Africa, cotton textiles like these are hand-loomed and tie-dyed using indigo dyes. We purchased them from Mr. Maciere Toure, a tall, distinguished gentleman from Nioro du Sahel in Mali. Mr. Toure had traveled from Mali to Kumasi's Kejetia market with textiles and jewelry to earn money for his family.    


Long sought-after for it’s vibrant color, the indigo plant is responsible for many a beautiful textile. How does the dyeing process work? Well, first leaves from the indigo plant are turned into a pulp, rolled into... Read More

Details and Dimensions

62" l, 50"w
Indigo may bleed so keep away from whites!

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