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Traditional Edwena Asa

This Kente Cloth is double weaved and the top seller. Edwena Asa means "God Complete." As mentioned in the above video by the Chairman of Kente Cloth. Edwena Asa is comprised of all traditional designs in one cloth henceforth the name "God Complete." This cloth not only is worn by chiefs in Ghana in traditional settings but made its way to North America as a popular pattern within the American African community.

Antique Traditional Edwena Asa

This Kente Cloth is double weaved and made from silk which makes it antique. Kente Cloth made from silk used to be the standard material used. Now the main yarn used is made from cotton. Antique kente Cloth must be pre-ordered once sold out. Edwena Asa is comprised of all traditional designs in one cloth henceforth the name "God Complete." This cloth is mostly worn by chiefs in Ghana.

Antique Oyoko Clan

Talk about royalty! As mentioned by the Chairman of Kente Cloth in the video above. This specific Kente Cloth of The Clan of Ashanti was only worn by the Ashanti family. Signifying prestige, exclusivity, and nobility. Now that it is offered to everyone to wear. Let us keep in mind the strong history of this pattern. This Kente Cloth is just not any pattern. It is royalty in the form of fabric. Let us wear LEGACY!

Emerepa

This Kente Cloth is triple threaded. Blue Emerepa is also the Chairman's Choice. As mentioned in the video above by the Chairman of Kente Cloth. Emerepa means "Something Good Is Ahead Of You." The designer of this pattern wanted to give inspiration to whomever wears this Kente Cloth. To keep going and never give up because there is something good ahead of you. As you wear this Kente Cloth. Let it remind you to press forward no matter how hard life can get.

Emerepa

This Kente Cloth is triple threaded. Black and White Emerepa is eye catching. You can tell the quality of the fabric just by looking at it. Emerepa means "Something Good Is Ahead Of You." The designer of this pattern wanted to give inspiration to whomever wears this Kente Cloth. To keep going and never give up because there is something good ahead of you! As you wear this Kente Cloth. Let it remind you to press forward no matter how hard life can get.

Obi Nkyere Obi Kwamu C

Obi Nkyere Obi Kwamu C

This kente cloth is weaved using the double thread technique. The Chairman of Kente Cloth shared, "Obi Nkyere Obi Kwamu C means "Forgive Each Other."" "According to color symbolism in Ghana, blue (especially indigo) is related to love and womanly tenderness. It also calls to mind the "early dawn/crescent moon." (Maria Dunn, Personal Correspondence, Jan. 31, 2014)

Obi Nkyere Obi Kwamu C

This kente cloth is weaved using the double thread technique (10 yards). The Chairman of Kente Cloth shared, "Obi Nkyere Obi Kwamu C means "Forgive Each Other."" "According to color symbolism in Ghana, blue (especially indigo) is related to love and womanly tenderness. It also calls to mind the "early dawn/crescent moon." (Maria Dunn, Personal Correspondence, Jan. 31, 2014)