Korhogo Cloth

Korhogo Cloth is a type of mudcloth in Ivory Coast, made by the Senufo people, and named after the Korhogo
Village. It is made from hand woven, hand spun, and hand painted cotton. It is dyed with fermented mud, brown, black, and rust in color that turns dark over time. The cloth is painted with symbols that tell a story. It can be used for clothing, craft, and wall decorations.

Related Articles:Senufo Common Names

Works Cited

Textile and Fabric of Africa. A History of African Textile and Fabric. retrieved 04-April-18

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