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Cloth composed of 10 narrow strips hand sewn together selvedge to selvedge. There are three different narrow strip patterns:
1. Plain weave: bleached white and dyed pink warps cotton and wefts. This combination of warps and wefts is used to create a single pink warp stripe flanked by two white warp stripes crossed at regular intervals by groups of pink weft stripes.
2. Plain weave: dyed pink, yellow and grey cotton warps and dyed blue cotton wefts. This combination of warps and wefts is used to create alternating stripes of pink and yellow/grey.
3. Plain weave: dyed grey, blue, pink, yellow and bleached white cotton warps and dyed blue and bleached white cotton wefts. This combination of warps and wefts is used to create a series of groups of warp stripes in the colours above which are crossed at regular intervals by groups of white weft stripes.
The textile is unhemmed.
Length: 160 centimetres
Width: 106 centimetres
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- Africa, Oceania and the Americas
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