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Kente cloth is made from thin strips about four cm thick woven together on narrow looms – typically by men. The strips are interlaced to form a fabric which is usually worn wrapped around the shoulders and waist like a toga – the garment is also known as kente. Women wear two shorter lengths to form a skirt and bodice.