Bogolan is a Malian fabric dyed using a technique used in Mali, Burkina Faso, Guinea, Ivory Coast and Senegal and composed of a more or less thick cotton canvas, spun and woven 100% by hand and pattern dyed with fermented mud and other organic dyes. The dyeing technique is 100% organic, free from all kinds of harmful chemicals. Craftsmen draw symbols on these fabrics to tell traditional stories of the people of the region. Formerly used by warriors and hunters for camouflage, Bogolan fabric is used today around the world to illustrate its attachment to African culture.
Measures: 58" x 43"