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Bad link here, so not able to credit, but beautiful!

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We have this on the wall in our old stonehouse in France.

Kuba Cloth--this would make a great knitting pattern

Beautiful Kuba cloth - by whom, where and when I do not know.

Wall hangings & cushions | Vintage fabric woven from raffia-palm leaf fibers. the swaths are traditionally worn as ceremonial dance skirts, called ntchaks, by the kuba people of the democratic republic of the congo.