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.
100% cotton, usually from Burkina Faso, occasionally from Guinea or Côte d'Ivoire. Also - 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
All cut fabrics - regardless of length - will be sent as a single piece.