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"And You Thought There Was Only ONE!" -- From "I Spy Animals" -- Eight giraffe species, in addition to the Reticulated giraffe, the one that's most familiar to us (click through to see that one).

"And You Thought There Was Only ONE!" -- From "I Spy Animals" -- Eight giraffe species, in addition to the Reticulated giraffe, the one that's most familiar to us (click through to see that one).

African Fabric Pink and blue fabric Blue Ankara by Urbanstax

African Fabric Pink and blue fabric Blue Ankara by Urbanstax

Hand stamped batik created by applying wax with a carved stamp to a solid color base cloth. The wax forms a resist and the cloth is then over dyed. This process may be done multiple times, resulting i

Hand stamped batik created by applying wax with a carved stamp to a solid color base cloth. The wax forms a resist and the cloth is then over dyed. This process may be done multiple times, resulting i

Gift wrap by Bengt & Lotta | Lagom Design

Gift wrap by Bengt & Lotta | Lagom Design

UNDER AFRICAN SKIES - carmen fernández sanz // love the graphic quality

UNDER AFRICAN SKIES - carmen fernández sanz // love the graphic quality

Fabric | Neisha Crosland would look good with Kip and Co bedding

Fabric | Neisha Crosland would look good with Kip and Co bedding

Leaves drawn and digital pattern - Sarah Bagshaw

Leaves drawn and digital pattern - Sarah Bagshaw

African patterns for the Afrocentric Queenʻs home. I love the triangles and the colors in these patterns. Her house would be very tribal!

African patterns for the Afrocentric Queenʻs home. I love the triangles and the colors in these patterns. Her house would be very tribal!

Matchstick fabric. You would make a lovely summertime skirt.

Matchstick fabric. You would make a lovely summertime skirt.

Africa | Blanket. Mende peoples.  Sierra Leone, Yengama | Early 20th century | Cotton, indigo dye, kola nut dye | example of West African narrow-strip weaving. Nine identically patterned strips, each about five inches wide, are joined to form bands of pattern across the width of the fabric. The textile was woven with two different techniques, a plain weave with twill patterns and a tapestry weave.

Africa | Blanket. Mende peoples. Sierra Leone, Yengama | Early 20th century | Cotton, indigo dye, kola nut dye | example of West African narrow-strip weaving. Nine identically patterned strips, each about five inches wide, are joined to form bands of pattern across the width of the fabric. The textile was woven with two different techniques, a plain weave with twill patterns and a tapestry weave.