African fabric by the yard, Adinkra* batik print from Ghana, preshrunk, hand-dyed & hand-printed, suitable for clothing, head wraps, interiors, quilting, and lots more
100% cotton fabric that is easy to work with
genuine, hand-dyed & printed African batik made in Ghana (not the cheaper, inferior imports destroying livelihoods in Africa!!!)
Purchased directly from the makers (3 generations of a family) who have a reputation for quality.
44 wide inches approx
fabric is spread out with selvedge at top and bottom of photos
The 4 in this fabric from top left stand for: (refer ro 3rd and 4th photos)
1. Fihankra – security/safety
2. Eban – love/safety/security
3. Nkonsonkonson (chain links) – unity/human relations
4. Aya (fern) – endurance and resourcefulness
*Adinkra are visual symbols from the Akan tribes of Ghana and Cote d’Ivoire in West Africa. They represent concepts, original thoughts, and popular proverbs in easily memorable form. They’re also a record of historical events and express traditional attitudes.
Black, Blue, Navy