Super cute and practical. Popping up in stylish homes for years now...meet the mudcloth!
Most commonly ivory-toned with delicate black geometric patterns, mudcloth, or bogolanfini, is an ancient Malian textile (dating back to the 12th century). Traditionally, it involves coarse, hand-spun cotton strips going through a long series of dyeing processes—first in a bath with leaves and branches, then numerous dye cycles in fermented mud (hence the name)—to achieve minimalist, symbolic designs.
28"L x 21"W Cotton Striped Waist Apron w/ Pocket, Black & Cream Color