Navy African Fabric Ghana Cotton Batik Adinkra Reconciliation Symbol

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Navy African Fabric Ghana Cotton Batik Adinkra Reconciliation Symbol

£25.60

Material: Cotton

1 in stock

Navy 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

navy and blue

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.

2 yards, last piece remaining.

Mpatapo, the local name of the pattern and is the knot of reconciliation, a symbol of the commitment to peace and harmony after a dispute has been settled

*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.