African Fabric

Explore a diverse collection of African fabric patterns and designs for both fashion and home decor. Find inspiration to add a touch of vibrant African culture to your style and living spaces.
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Bilkisu Mustapha
African Mudcloth Pattern, Screen Printing Motifs, African Wallpaper, African Textiles Patterns, African Patterns, African Quilts, African Inspired Decor, Motifs Textiles, African Pattern Design

Kudhinda Zimbabwe Screen Prints Zig Zag Natural

Hand-screened by Kudhinda in Harare, Zimbabwe. Designed by Ros Byrne. 100% sheeting weight cotton, suitable for craft or upholstery: 260 grams per metre, approximately. Fabrics are 145 cm / 57 in wide, approximately. Fat Quarters are 50 x 71 cm / 20 x 28 in, approximately.

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Salma Yasser
"Traditional African mudcloth fabrics are hand woven from cotton fibers and then dyed sometimes with mud or other natural paints. Because they are made one at a time, no two pieces will ever be exactly alike. Mudcloths can be used for clothing, home decoration (pillows, curtains, wall mural, or just throw it over a chair), crafts and others. They're great for clothing, home decoration, crafts and other creative pursuits. African artisans hand-dye symbols into these fabrics in order to tell stori Chair Crafts, Decoration Pillows, Curtains Wall, Nigerian Culture, African Artwork, African Textile, African Crafts, African Mudcloth, Kuba Cloth

African mudcloth fabric / Bambara mud cloth / Bogolan fabric from Mali African / Handmade fabric

"Traditional African mudcloth fabrics are hand woven from cotton fibers and then dyed sometimes with mud or other natural paints. Because they are made one at a time, no two pieces will ever be exactly alike. Mudcloths can be used for clothing, home decoration (pillows, curtains, wall mural, or just throw it over a chair), crafts and others. They're great for clothing, home decoration, crafts and other creative pursuits. African artisans hand-dye symbols into these fabrics in order to tell…

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