African Print 6 Yards Fabric 110cm

R 350.00
African print fabric, also known as 'kitenge' or 'Ankara' fabric, is 100% cotton cloth. The method of producing African print fabric is called batik, a wax-resist dyeing technique. The design and...
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African print fabric, also known as 'kitenge' or 'Ankara' fabric, is 100% cotton cloth. The method of producing African print fabric is called batik, a wax-resist dyeing technique. The design and colours look the same on both sides of the fabric.

The origin of the printed fabric and its popularity in Africa date back to the mid-1800s when a Dutch company, now named Vlisco, traded it in West Africa's coastal towns. Since then, the fabric has been a mainstay of African fashion. The generic “wax hollandais” reference originated then.

Priced per 6 yard piece

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