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Red Kente Infinity Scarf


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Kente cloth is a woven material most notably worn by Ghanian tribes especially royalty of The Kingdom of Ashanti. Even though my ancestors are Ibo from Nigeria, I love to wear various African prints. This scarf is made with a Kente print...

As we come to identify more with our African-ness, we want items that represent us in our day to day activities. What better way to show up to a Kwanzaa celebration that in this Kente scarf! Attending celebrations during Black History Month? This infinity scarf will put you in the spotlight. I'd love to see this with a Kente maxi skirt or palazzo pants. But I'm all about being extra anyway. 

This scarf is long enough to wrap around at least two times. The chunky crocheted fiber is handmade by myself. It is from a wool blend and you will not find a warmer scarf for the winter. 

To take care of this pretty: hand wash in cold water and lay flat to dry.