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Adire   textile is the indigo dyed cloth made in south western Nigeria by Yoruba women, using a variety of resist dye techniques. In th...

African art project: Adire textile is the indigo dyed cloth made in south western Nigeria by Yoruba women

a faithful attempt: Adire Style Wax Batik

Adire textile is the indigo dyed cloth made in south western Nigeria by Yoruba women, using a variety of resist dye techniques.

ADIRE CLOTH Casava paste resist indigo-dyed cotton woman’s wrapper Nigeria	c.1950  source:joss graham by andrea

ADIRE CLOTH Casava paste resist indigo-dyed cotton woman’s wrapper Nigeria Produced by the women of south western Nigeria, Adire is the name given to Indigo dyed cloth created using a variety of resist dye techniques

White oil pastel and paint on brown kraft paper: African Cloth Designs...2nd?

A shared experience in Omaha, Nebraska

A shared experience in Omaha, Nebraska Brown paper and white oil pastel

Africa | Vest (front and back) from the Yoruba people of Nigeria. Intricately decorated with glass beads and cowrie shells. | © Tim Hamill

Vest (front and back) from the Yoruba people of Nigeria. Intricately decorated with glass beads and cowrie shells.

Kente Cloth lesson  - create with oil pastel resists, perhaps lace together with hold punched cardstock???

Instead of weaving over and under, draw it with Crayola® Color Switchers™ Markers! Bold and colorful textile patterns from Ghana look almost real with this amazing marker technology.

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