Africa | Blanket ~ Khasa ~ from the Fulani people from Mali | Wool; Strip woven; plain woven; supplementary weft; hand-sewn | ca. 1980. | The Fulani people of West Africa are known for their woven blankets, or khasa, made of wool from the sheep they herd. The Fulani use these blankets to protect themselves from the cold and mosquitoes during the cold and humid seasons, respectively.
Africa | Moroccan head and shoulder covering (veil) with multicoloured bobbles, a woven geometrical decoration and a black striped border on a red background, with fringes to both ends. | Wool and silk
Africa | Bamana Shirt. A cotton shirt embroidered in cotton in green, red, black, yellow and featuring roosters in the front and airplanes in the back amid geometrical fields. Worn by the Bamana tribe of Mali and Ghana. | ca. 1950, Mali | Cotton