Traditional fabric from Shinyanga, Tanzania brought to you by traveler Kayla Griffith.
"There are two basic divisions...khanga vs kitenge. This is a kitenge design...meaning long sheets of [a single] patterned fabrics. The fabrics are used for an incredible variety of things: skirts, dresses, blouses, trousers, curtains, tablecloths, bags, sheets...and the most popular- a baby wrap." —Kayla Griffith
1 of 9
- Limited Edition: Only 9 made. Be 1 of 9.
- Made in USA
- Fits a 17" laptop
- Carry-on approved
Kayla Griffith: As a doctor working in Tanzania, Kayla knows a thing or two about travel! For her, the Tur-key to travel begins with catching as many sunrises and sunsets as possible. She loves spending time on the ocean, lakes or river because she finds there to be something particularly special about an afternoon on the Nicar-agua. Kayla Myanmar-vels over a new place by roaming the streets and markets with a local fruit in one hand and her Nikon in the other!
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