Mud Cloth Bolster Pillow - Cream/Mustard
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A traditional African cloth technique that dates back to 12th-century Mali, West Africa, mud cloth (or bogolanfini) consists of narrow strips of entirely hand woven cotton fabric. The fabric is naturally dyed using a special fermented plant and mud process and left to dry in the sunshine.
Crafted with dedication at Mararamiro, our mud cloth is woven and naturally dyed in Mali, ensuring each pillow is a genuine piece of African heritage. Embrace the beauty of its imperfections - from fabric weave irregularities to visible knots and discolorations. These distinctive marks are celebrated hallmarks of organic, handmade cloth, adding to the pillow's uniqueness and storied past. These features are not flaws but rather poignant reminders of the artisanal process and the rich cultural history embedded in each piece.
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