The Kanga is the “everything” cloth of Africa. They are used as skirts, dresses, head wraps, baby carriers, ground cloths, wall decorations, table cloths, and when worn out, cleaning cloths. Only your imagination limits the use of these simple, African design lengths of fabric that are made of 100% cotton.
Maasai blankets come in several styles. They measure approximately 56″ X 80″ with two selvage edges and two simple rolled hem edges and was made from an acrylic cotton blend in Tanzania.
Kikoy are a woven garment originally worn by men as a wrap. They are most often created from acrylic or cotton. Now Kikoy are worn by both sexes and serve a variety of functions as fabric for shirts and skirts, as beach wraps, head wraps, blankets, wall hangings and table cloths.
Kikoy vary in size but average 40” X 60” with two selvage edges and two fringed edges.