Weaving cotton into long, narrow strips up to 60 metres long is an important textile tradition found throughout West Africa. These strips are thicker than machine woven craft cotton.
Either 100% cotton, usually from Burkina Faso. Or from The Gambia, ultrasoft tree cotton - sometimes called 'silk cotton', which feels similar to kapok.
100% cotton, usually indigo and white, occasionally with an accent colour. Also black with various accent colours. From northern Ghana, primarily Daboya.
Per metre: from £3.00