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    • Sheila Whitney

      Pillow made from Bogolan cloth created by the Bamana tribe in Mali. The tribe uses a unique procedure that makes dyes from mud and leaves, which together produce white designs outlined by a black background. The men weave the cotton cloth in narrow strips and sew them together. Pillow front is made from mud cloth, the back is made of cotton barkcloth.

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