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Africa | Stitch and tie resist indigo dyed textile | 1950s | Cotton, with bast fibre ties

Africa, Stitch and tie resist indigo dyed textile, Cotton, with bast fibre ties.

Africa | Indigo resist dyed cotton, from the Yoruba people.  Ibadan, Nigeria 1960s. || An example of adire oniko, this cloth was considered ‘cloth of the year’ in 1964 due to its popularity.

Detail of indigo resist dyed cotton, Ibadan, Nigeria An example of adire oniko, this cloth was considered ‘cloth of the year’ in 1964 due to its popularity.

Bamana Antique Indigo Tie-dye Cloth (#ind-16) Bamana people, Mali, Strip-woven cotton fabric tie-dyed with natural indigo (59 x 34)

Bamana Antique Indigo Tie-dye Cloth ( Bamana people, Mali, Strip-woven cotton fabric tie-dyed with natural indigo x

Shibori hand stitched and dyed 26x27 diamond  by StormBornDesigns, $45.00

Shibori hand stitched and dyed, diamond all-over pattern navy/indigo cotton/bamboo fabric

Africa | Mahmoudi (woman's mantle) from the Berber people from the border of Tunisia and Libya | Wool with cotton supplementary patterns, tie-dyed at ends. The piece is dyed after weaving and the cotton resists the indigo.

Tunisian Berber people, from the border of Tunisia & Libya, 'mahmoudi' or woman's wool mantle, with cotton supplementary patterns, tie-dyed at ends. The piece is dyed after weaving; the cotton resists the indigo.

Chinami Ricketts - Lattice Obi Yardage - 2005

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Chinami Rickettes woven traditional narrow-width yardage for kimono and obi

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Cloth from Liberia, Africa - Cotton with indigo dye - half of c.

FancySakabukuro1d

Five Superb and Unusual Antique Sakabukuro

Adire Eleko cloth by the Yoruba people, Nigeria. Cotton fabric, cassava starch resist-dyed with natural indigo dye | Indigo Textiles from West Africa

Adire Eleko cloth by the Yoruba people, Nigeria. Cotton fabric, cassava starch resist-dyed with natural indigo dye

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