Afrocentric inspired design with a level of rare uniqueness.
Aso-Oke (which means 'cloth from the hinterland') is the genre of woven cloth that is peculiar to Yoruba land in West Africa. It is made fromcotton and handwoven. Usually woven by men and women. Seed extraction is indigenously done by hand.
Distributed in the United States
Aso oke material
Medium and Small Size