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mudcloth fabric

by Grace Bonney


Good morning! My jet lag has me up early here in Salt Lake, so I thought I’d start the morning off with a bold, colorful pattern. This mudcloth textile is from Ananse Village, a website carrying fair-trade fabrics from Africa. A portion of Ananse’s profits helps provide medical care and educational opportunities to the African communities they work with, so imagining all the ways I could contrast this fabric with a gorgeous mid-century chair makes me even happier. Ananse carries a great collection of these traditional fabrics made with local flowers, plants and mud. If you’re looking for a bold, beautiful fabric to use for your next sewing or upholstery project, check out their collection right here. xo, grace

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