This piece of mud cloth was made in Africa. It is a process of resist dyeing that is done by the men in Africa. there are natural imperfections in the dye and the fabric which make each piece unique. The natural colored cotton fabric is woven in long strips and sewn together before dyeing. You can see the strips in the wrong side in image 5. This geometric pattern is both modern and traditional at the same time. It should be dry cleaned to maintain the color or washed in cold water separately since the dye may run. It measures 44" x 62"