Ewe Cloth is a type of lesser known Kente cloth made by the Ewe (pronounced ev-ay) people who are thought to be originally from Nigeria and migrated in the late 17th century to Togo, Ghana and the Benin border. Kente Cloth is the name given to handwoven fabrics in Ghana and Togo.
Ewe Cloth is famously woven in strips on mostly cotton and is either very simple, like their indigo and white geometric patterns or complex containing figurative motifs and designs of cows, horses, people, plants, household items, ceremonial stools and more. These cloths were and are worn by all members of society.
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