Adinkra symbol apron/corset top and headbands

Discussion in 'U.K.' started by arlia, Apr 27, 2007.

  1. arlia

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    Made from a stretchy cotton scrim material and batik wax cotton fabric from Uganda. There is an applique adinkra symbol (from west africa) in blue courduroy fabric.
    This symbol is Duafe "wooden comb"

    symbol of beauty and cleanliness and of desirable feminine qualities such as goodness love and care.

    The top is fastened like an apron top/corset.

    I have also made up several headbands from cotton scrim all hand dyed by me
    they are all jsut under £2.50 each for the small ones, and £4.00 for the much wider ones.

    If you are interested in purchasing any please convo me, or visit my etsy

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