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by Lisa Shepard
Crafters and sewers of all skill levels can create more than 40 unique projects for nearly every room of the home using African fabrics. As an added bonus, traditional African crafts are explored and taught, including kente strip weaving, adinkra, and korhogo.
Paperback, 128 pages
Published October 1st 1999 by Krause Publications
(first published 1999)
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This book was published in 1999, but it looks like the author is still running her business at www.culturedexpressions.com. It takes a lot to design African fabrics and this information helps one to develop an appreciation for an extremely intricate craftsmanship that is highly valued across continents.