African Asimevo Cloth

Students research and observe the patterns and colors in Asimevo cloh of the Ewe people of Ghana in Africa. They compare the Asimevo cloth to other African textiles, such as Kete, Adinkra, and Kente cloth. They then create visual representations of woven Ewe cloth by repeating patterns and changing the orientation of their papers.

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