mudcloths... without the mud.
The 3rd graders are focusing on shape during this 2 week rotation. This lesson zooms in on the use of geometric shapes to create an abstract...
Africa | Wrapper ~ ndop or ntiesia, ntieya / Royal Cloth of Cameroon | from the Bamileke, Bamum people of Cameroon | ca. 20th century | Cotton, raffia; indigo dye.
Yoruba adire eleko cotton wrapper from western Nigeria
Africa | Adire electro cotton wrapper from the Yoruba people of western Nigeria | Stencil start resist and indigo dyed cotton | ca. 1950s/60s || Partial view
Geometry and Geography
[Democratic Republic of Congo (formerly Zaire), Kuba Culture, Shoowa people, Ceremonial Textile Panel, late 19th to early 20th century, permanent collection LACMA.] If I start fast-forwarding through a DVD on my third viewing, mainly to catch another glimpse of the riding boots Meryl Streep wore in a mid-1980s flick, but find myself slowing down to look at the clothes her Kikuyu neighbors have on, and then I Google the tribe, that must mean the director (and his design team) did a good job…
Fabric by the Yard Mudcloth in black on white
Petal Signature Cotton Design #1728876 42" wide, 4.3oz per sq yard 100% natural cotton fabric that's versatile, soft and easy to sew More White Estimated shrinkage: 2-3% in length and 4-5% in width Perfect for quilting, craft projects, costuming, toys and accessories.