This African print is 100% cotton African fabric from in Mali.
It bears the Dogon mask symbol called "Kanaga".
Kanaga masks are worn during rituals believed to transport the souls of deceased family members away from the village. A symbol of "independence"
The Dogon people are an ethnic group living in the central region of the country of Mali, in Western Africa.
Can be used for all types of crafts and dressmaking for both casual and special occasion, men, women, children and pets.
Width: 44 ins.
Main colors: Black and ivory
Color may be different due to your monitor
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