African Fabric

Explore a diverse collection of African fabric patterns and designs for both fashion and home decor. Find inspiration to add a touch of vibrant African culture to your style and living spaces.
Metallic Kente African Print Fabric by the Yard, Abstract Geometric Plaid, Clothing Head Wrap Mask Boho Upholstery Quilting Sewing Crafting by Naijam on Etsy African Print Fabric Textiles, Purple Fabrics, Patchwork Upholstery, Plaid Clothing, Hair Bonnets, Kente Fabric, Clothes Making, Boho Bridal Gowns, Upholstery Diy

Shimmering gold swirls cover the entire African print to add a bit of shine and sparkle. Unbelievably soft, medium weight/cozy feeling cotton, makes it ideal for perfect tailored looks: clothing, quilting, face masks, head wraps, hair bonnets, patchwork, upholstery, boho home decor, jewelry and amazing accessories. Care instructions: Hand Wash, Cold Water, Mild Detergent, No Bleach, Air Dry, Low Iron Setting Reverse Side Fabric Cut Calculator: Fat Quarter = 18” x 22” 1 Yard = 36” x 46” 6…

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Fashionisko
African Mudcloth Pattern, Screen Printing Motifs, African Wallpaper, African Textiles Patterns, African Patterns, African Quilts, African Inspired Decor, Motifs Textiles, African Pattern Design

Hand-screened by Kudhinda in Harare, Zimbabwe. Designed by Ros Byrne. 100% sheeting weight cotton, suitable for craft or upholstery: 260 grams per metre, approximately. Fabrics are 145 cm / 57 in wide, approximately. Fat Quarters are 50 x 71 cm / 20 x 28 in, approximately.

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Salma Yasser
African Bedroom, Textile Pattern Texture, African Textiles Patterns, Mud Cloth Fabric, African Name, Mali Africa, Boho Duvet Cover, African Pattern Design, Hand Printed Textiles

Mud cloth with a lovely smaller scale tribal pattern on an earthy, deep rusty clay color. I have laundered this textile so it's ready to use. Use for an upholstery project, frame, or use for pillows. Heavy strips of hand-joined cotton, from Mali Africa. This is a newer piece so there is no wear and tear. Excellent condition. Ends are raw edges. African name for these mud cloth textiles is Bogolanfini. This piece has been crafted using a hand-print technique to create authentic tribal…

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Joy Johnson

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