Aso-Oke Bags

Yoruba Asoke fabric is a type of handwoven textile that originated from the Yoruba people of Nigeria. It is traditionally made by men using a narrow strip loom and is known for its vibrant colors and intricate patterns.

The process of making Yoruba Asoke fabric involves weaving narrow strips of fabric together to create a wider cloth. The strips are typically made from cotton or silk and are dyed in various colors using natural dyes. The weaver then combines the strips to create a larger piece of fabric, often incorporating intricate designs and motifs.

Asoke fabric is commonly used for ceremonial dress and is considered a symbol of status and wealth in Yoruba culture. It is often worn by brides and grooms during traditional weddings, as well as by chiefs and other important members of the community during important events and ceremonies.

In recent years, Yoruba Asoke fabric has gained popularity outside of Nigeria and is now used in contemporary fashion and home decor.

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