Nothing captures the vibrant African culture and style quite like kente cloth. The history of African kente cloth goes back to the 12th century, when these colorful fabrics were worn by African royalty. The name kente comes from the word 'kenten' (basket), because of the cloth's resemblance to a basket weave design. Each kente pattern is distinct and has its own special meaning. Many people around the globe are proudly wearing kente cloth today to show their unique sense of fashion and their connection to Africa. In addition to clothing, kente cloth prints can be used to create crafts, decorations, throw rugs, table cloths, etc. Fabric produced in India. 100% cotton. 12 yards long - 45 inches wide.
Kente Patterns are Destinctively African
Makes an ethnic statement
Can be used to create fashion, crafts, decorations, and decor items
12 yards long - 45 inches wide