Charcoal Classic Mud Cloth

Fabric

Charcoal Classic Mud Cloth

Fabric

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St. Frank
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This fabric is inspired by mud cloth, or bògòlanfini in Bambara, a traditional West African textile. As the name... READ MORE

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Provenance

Printed
St. Frank

This fabric is inspired by mud cloth, or bògòlanfini in Bambara, a traditional West African textile. As the name suggests, it is created with fermented mud to produce pigment for dye. The geometric patterns represent animals or other objects from the natural world. Mud cloth was traditionally worn by hunters, offering camouflage, ritual protection, and status. More recently, mud cloth has become a symbol of Malian cultural identity and has been exported as an iconic international textile used in fashion, home design, and fine art.

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100% Linen
Printed Width: 53"W
Pattern size: 13"W x 9"H
Fabric direction: Up the roll
Fabric is sold in full-yard increments

Dye lots may vary. As a result, there may be slight color variations between your swatch and the final product

7.5" x 7.5" swatch available.

Fabric yardage orders have a 3 yard minimum. Please allow 6-8 weeks for delivery for orders of 5 or more yards.

A portion of the proceeds from the sale of this fabric supports our artisan partners.

Fabric by the yard is printed to order, with a minimum order of 3 yards. Allow 4-8 weeks for printing and delivery.

Expedited options may be available for orders 3-5 yards by emailing service@stfrank.com.

Fabric by the yard is final sale and may not be returned or exchanged.

Provenance

This fabric is inspired by mud cloth, or bògòlanfini in Bambara, a traditional West African textile. As the name suggests, it is created with fermented mud to produce pigment for dye. The geometric patterns represent animals or other objects from the natural world. Mud cloth was traditionally worn by hunters, offering camouflage, ritual protection, and status. More recently, mud cloth has become a symbol of Malian cultural identity and has been exported as an iconic international textile used in fashion, home design, and fine art.