Bogolanfini, which translates to "mudcloth", is a hand-dyed cotton textile crafted predominantly by the Bamana people of Mali. Using fermented mud and a solution of boiled plant leaves, artisans create meaningful designs on the field, which is pieced together from long strips of woven cotton. These large pieces of bogolanfini make very dramatic throws, wall hangings or picnic blankets.
- To clean, hand wash and lie flat to dry.
- Origin: Mali
- Size: 70-72"L, 44-48"W
- Materials: Mud, leaves, woven cotton
*Due to the nature of this item, patterns will vary. The thumbnails below show a few different patterns, but we do not guarantee that a particular style will always be in stock. Please e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org to see exact styles.