Women’s Kente Cloth 66049


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  • 3 Pieces of Kente Cloth. Each one is measured approximately 2 (2 yards x 3 pieces = 6 yards)
  • This item is made from high quality kente materials and meets what is termed as “authentic” kente.
  • Made in Ghana Kente Cloth and 100% handwoven items.
  • All kente products from our website are 100% hand woven made from Ghana. Adanwomase is one of the leading kente producing countries in Ghana which is internationally recognised. We are the main source of Kente cloth to the outside world. Buying Kente from us would be the most reliable and surest way to buy authentic kente.

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    A royal cloth

    Originally, the use of kente was reserved for Asante royalty and limited to special social and sacred functions. Even as production has increased and kente has become more accessible to those outside the royal court, it continues to be associated with wealth, high social status, and cultural sophistication. Historians maintain that kente cloth grew out of various weaving traditions that existed in West Africa prior to the formation of the Asante Kingdom. These techniques were appropriated through vast trade networks, as were materials such as French and Italian silk, which became increasingly desired in the 18th century and were combined with cotton and wool to make kente.

    Weaving kente

    Kente is woven on a horizontal strip loom, which produces a narrow band of cloth about four inches wide. Several of these strips are carefully arranged and hand-sewn together to create a cloth of the desired size. Most kente weavers are men.


    Weaving involves the crossing of a row of parallel threads called the warp (threads running vertically) with another row called the weft (threads running horizontally). A horizontal loom, constructed with wood, consists of a set of two, four or six heddles (loops for holding thread), which are used for separating and guiding the warp threads. These are attached to treadles (foot pedals) with pulleys that have spools of thread inserted in them. The pulleys can be used to move the warp threads apart. As the weaver divides the warp threads, he uses a shuttle (a small wooden device carrying a bobbin, or small spool of thread) to insert the weft threads between them. These various parts of the loom, like the motifs in the cloth, all have symbolic significance and are accorded a great deal of respect.

    Additional information


    Black, Blue, Brown, Green, Pink, Red, Silver, Violet, White, Yellow, Multi


    Adanwomase, Bonwire, Ewe, Ntonso


    Engagement, Festivals, Naming Ceremonies, Outdooring, Party, Wedding


    Couples, Women


    3 Pieces


    6 Yards

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