Traditional weaves

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  • Created by: Abigail
  • Created on: 30-04-15 19:25


  • also known as Kente cloth
  • made by the Ashanti people of Ghana - most labour intensive weaving in the world
  • became a true art form and represented royalty
  • worked around geometric patterns
  • the Spider Anasi taught the art of weaving to two brothers - also taught them how to spin and dye threads


  • is the method of weaving that resists dyeing processes like tie-dye on either warp or weft
  • the dye is applied…


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