Tukula Cloth Bib
Tukula Cloth Bib

Tukula Cloth Bib

Vendor
Ade + Ayo
Regular price
$8.00
Regular price
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$8.00
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About the Print:

The Tukula print is a playful interpretation of kuba cloth - a textile traditionally handwoven by the Kuba people of the Democratic Republic of Congo. Kuba cloth is woven using the strands from raffia palm leaves that are then dyed using natural dyes. This fabric originated in the 17th century and is characterized by bold patterns that suggest movement. Of the 17 ways that a design can be repetitively varied on a surface, the Kuba people have exploited twelve in their cloths! Amazing. Historically, the Kuba people have used these cloths as wrappers, skirts, sleeping mats and even currency. We've named this print "Tukula,” the Bakuba word for the red pigment obtained from the heartwood of indigenous trees and traditionally applied to art and cloth created by the Kuba people.

About the Style:

Now you can keep your baby’s neck and chin dry while bringing a pop of color to their outfit! Soft and absorbent, these bibs pair function and style to help your baby stay comfy, keeping the delicate skin around baby’s mouth and nose safe from irritation.  

  • Adjustable snaps so the bib fits for longer as your baby grows
  • Top layer made of super soft organic cotton
  • Bottom layer polyester fleece - very absorbent and soft to the touch
  • Machine washable for easy care

Colors may vary slightly from how they appear on a computer/smartphone screen.

Due to the nature of fabrics and print processes, this print may or may not be the exact same shade, hue, or tone of a previous release of this same print.

General Information:

Care Details

To maintain the quality, color and feel of your clothing we recommend the following wash instructions:

  • Machine wash cold, inside out with like colors
  • Use normal or mild detergent
  • Reshape while damp. Tumble dry on low heat.
  • Do not iron on print. Do not bleach.

*Organic Cotton may shrink with washing, because it is not chemically treated.