Indigo mudcloth blanket II
Western Africa have a rich history of dyeing textiles with indigo. These traditional cloths hail from the West African Republic of Mali, where the artisans are well known for their intricate and very decorative dyeing techniques, a century-old tradition.The cotton fabric is traditionally handwoven by the men, while the women are responsible for tie-and-dying it, and sewing the strips together. They can be used as wall hangings, table runners, throws for your home or picnic blankets.
- Individually hand spun, hand woven, and hand dyed in Mali, Africa
- Cold hand wash. In order to minimize indigo rubbing off or crocking, we recommend soaking it into water with vinegar for two hours then letting it air dry
- Each is piece unique