Mustard Chevron Bologan Mud Cloth Planter bag or hanging basket( PLANT NOT INCLUDED)
Small: 4" circumference / 3" Tall (Ideal for small cactus or succulents)
Medium: 6 " circumference/ 5" Tall
Large: 8" circumference / 7 " Tall
Hanging Planter Bag: available in Medium or Large with 16"'s in cording (Cording length can be customized).
These planters are made from mud cloth scraps from the pillows available in the Home section of my shop. Most pillow patterns can be made into the plant bags. Please DM for custom questions.
The direction of the pattern may be slightly different from the pictured example as these are handmade textiles and remnants are not always the same.
Please DM for wholesale inquires.
More Patterns Available in HOME SECTION of shop!
What is Mud Cloth?
Mud Cloth is a direct translation from the Mali word bògòlanfini.
Bogo: “earth” or “mud".
The Malian cotton fabric traditionally dyed with fermented mud. The manufacture of this cloth is a long painstaking, laborious, process.
It has an important place in traditional Malian culture and has, more recently, become a symbol of Malian cultural identity. This ancient 12th century textile was originally considered a peasants cloth. Each pattern represents a different story and holds secrets that are passed down from mother to daughter. A reoccurring trend in these patterns offer variations of protection or safety.
Mud cloth can be washed in cold water without much color loss. However, as the dyes are natural and may wash out over time, dry cleaning is preferable.