Cover for Pillow

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Pillow Cover. The color of the photo is indicative, it could be changed according to availability

Story
Dutch wax prints and ankara are omnipresent and common materials for clothing in Africa, especially West Africa. They are industrially produced, colorful cotton cloths with batik printing. [1] One feature of these materials is the lack of color. Two to the processes of manufacturing.

Normally, the fabrics are sold in 12 yards as "full piece" or 6 yards as "half piece". The colors comply with the local preferences of the customers. Mainly clothing for celebrations is made out of these.

The Wax Prints are part of a nonverbal way of communication among African women, and hereby they carry their message out into the world. Some wax prints can be named after personalities, cities, buildings, sayings or occasions. The producer, the writer and the writer of the design. The wax fabrics constitute capital goods for the African women. Therefore, they are collected on the financial possibilities.

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