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Mudcloth Blanket Pattern

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Mudcloth Blanket pattern by Two of Wands

Mudcloth Blanket Pattern

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This pattern is part of the "Purposeful Patterns" initiative - a series of designs benefiting a variety of causes. $1 from the sale of each Mudcloth Blanket pattern will be donated to Mali Rising, a foundation dedicated to empowering the children of Mali, West Africa by expanding and improving educational opportunities for them within their own villages. Donate directly to the MRF here.

+ DESCRIPTION
Mudcloth, also known as bògòlanfini, is a traditional Malian fabric made with fermented mud. The fabric is worn by hunters, to designate status within local cultures, and during ritual celebrations. Now a symbol of Malian cultural identity, the production of mudcloth is a multi-step process with motifs representing daily life, history, and folklore. This crocheted blanket has been inspired by several iconic mudcloth patterns.

+ SKILLS
This is an easy level crochet pattern and the techniques involved are single crochet, skipping stitches, working into chain spaces, and basic embroidery skills. 

All patterns are written in standard US terms.

+ SIZING
Width: 38”/96.5cm
Length: 45”/114cm

*A link to download the pattern will be sent upon payment completion. This link will expire after 24 hrs.

The pattern and photographs of this garment are the property of Two of Wands. This pattern and design are subject to copyright, and are for personal, non-commercial use only. You may not distribute or sell this pattern or any items created using the directions in this pattern without consent. For more information, please visit the policies here.

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This pattern is part of the "Purposeful Patterns" initiative - a series of designs benefiting a variety of causes. $1 from the sale of each Mudcloth Blanket pattern will be donated to Mali Rising, a foundation dedicated to empowering the children of Mali, West Africa by expanding and improving educational opportunities for them within their own villages. Donate directly to the MRF here.

+ DESCRIPTION
Mudcloth, also known as bògòlanfini, is a traditional Malian fabric made with fermented mud. The fabric is worn by hunters, to designate status within local cultures, and during ritual celebrations. Now a symbol of Malian cultural identity, the production of mudcloth is a multi-step process with motifs representing daily life, history, and folklore. This crocheted blanket has been inspired by several iconic mudcloth patterns.

+ SKILLS
This is an easy level crochet pattern and the techniques involved are single crochet, skipping stitches, working into chain spaces, and basic embroidery skills. 

All patterns are written in standard US terms.

+ SIZING
Width: 38”/96.5cm
Length: 45”/114cm

*A link to download the pattern will be sent upon payment completion. This link will expire after 24 hrs.

The pattern and photographs of this garment are the property of Two of Wands. This pattern and design are subject to copyright, and are for personal, non-commercial use only. You may not distribute or sell this pattern or any items created using the directions in this pattern without consent. For more information, please visit the policies here.