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Traditional African / Ankara Wax Fabrics (AF-16)
Wax print fabrics are associated with African culture because of their tribal patterns and motifs. Each design and colour can reflect local traditions and symbols such as the tribe, marriage and social status of the wearer. Some African women use them as a non-verbal way of communication.
The 100% cotton, colourful cloth keeps you cool in hot climates and warm in cold climates. The vibrant and bold Anakara fabric prints are fun to wear and make you feel good. Ankara print fabrics are made through an Indonesian wax-resist dyeing technique called batik. In this technique, methods are used to “resist” the dye from reaching all the cloth, thereby creating a pattern.
100% Cotton Fabric with wax coating
Made in Africa
Care Instructions: To increase the longevity of your fabrics, hand-wash, or wash on a gentle cycle in cold water with like colors using a fragrance free, non-chlorinated detergent. Dry your fabric on a low/ medium cycle or line-dry.
Fabric is sold by the 1/2 Yard. For example, if you would like to purchase 1 Yard, you would enter 2 in the Qty box at Checkout. Yardage is cut in one continuous piece.
Examples of Quantities
1/2 yard = 1
1 yard = 2
1 1/2 yards = 3
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- Code Traditional African / Ankara Wax Fabrics (AF-16)
- Weight 10