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A Toe in the Waters of Custom-Made Fashion

A huge perk of living in Ghana is the seemingly endless supply of fabric and seamstresses. Ghana is colors, patterns, and textiles galore! Constantly-changing prints ensures that choosing fabric for the next creation never gets old. 525 more words

Ghana

Sew African!

Growing up, I always admired my mother’s African print dresses.

It was only recently when I decided to start this business, that I discovered that there are so many types of African fabrics. 325 more words

African Fabric

Shorty get down - Simplicity 1370

Are you ready for some more wax print? I first wrote about this type of fabric in my Matilda visits Cameroon post – but you haven’t seen the end of it on this blog. 282 more words

Dressmaking

African Prints Have Hit the Market

African Products which used to be unnoticed or unknown, even with their good quality, are now given their due attention. For instance, African fabrics, which used to be popular only among specific cultures, have reached “trendy” status of global magnitude. 399 more words

African Fashion

West African Wax Part 1

No, it’s not the African version of a Brazilian wax…. I am talking serious fabric, at Marche HLM (pronounced Marshay Achlemme)!  The fabric market in Dakar (wax is the term for this fabric with colorful prints). 362 more words

#iLoveYesu : Making a Powerful Statement.

This is the first t-shirt design from a series of upcoming religious statement t-shirt concepts that Twambale Apparel is set to release, #iLoveYesu incorporates quality print and African fabric. 51 more words

#iLoveYesu