Win a strip of woven Kente Cloth
About: The word “Kente” comes from the word “Kenten”, which means basket or also know as nwentoma which means woven cloth – from the Akan or Ashanti dialect. The very first Kente weavers used raffia, or palm leaf fibers, then silk, but now cotton or rayon is mainly used . Using a designed loom weave into a cloth that looked like a basket. Extends back to over 400 years. Kente cloth was initially made for royalty with intricate patterns and symbolism. But now the cloth is usually worn for ceremonies, festivals, and other sacred occasions.
What does any of these Kente designs signify to you and why should you win?
Number 1: – 1st winner – 4 metres
Number 3 – 2nd Runner up – 4 metres
Number 2: 3rd Runner up – 2 metres
Best of Luck – Sister E
Congratulations to Tracey, Sonia and Akuba