Kente Cloth – A Perfect Gift for Mother’s Day!

Friends – Kente cloth is one of the best gifts you can give your mother on Mother’s Day!

Kwasi Asare’s handmade, authentic Kente cloths are a gift representing African culture, heritage and dignity. Kente cloths can be used as wall hangings, or for household décor on tables, chairs and couches – or as personal, wearable fashion as shawl, dress or sash. Giving your mother a Kente cloth is a symbolic way of affirming that she is African royalty and honoring her connection to the Ancestors. Kwasi Asare’s wonderful Kente bow ties also make great Mother’s Day gifts – women can also wear bow ties and make a fashion statement! Perhaps your mother would appreciate having the gift of one of Kwasi Asare’s online Kente weaving classes with Kwasi’s special small loom. Your mother can learn to make her own personal Kente designs with a small loom, which can provide her with hours of joy, peace and creative fulfillment.

You can review Kwasi’s offerings and buy Kente cloths directly from our website, of if you have questions or would like to discuss various cloth designs, feel free to contact Kwasi directly at on his cellphone at (202) 569-5153 or email him at

Kwasi is presenting a Kente Educational Workshop at East Farms Elementary School in Farmington, Connecticut, on Thursday, May 25th. Kwasi loves working with kids and bringing Kente weaving and his discussions of the culture and heritage of Kente into classrooms of all ages. Please let us know if you are interested in setting up an Kente Educational Workshop for your classroom, school, church or community group – call Kwasi directly at (202) 569-5153 or email him at

Kwasi will be doing a number of arts festivals this summer, bringing his craft and message to more people in different parts of the country. If you have a summer event or festival that you think will be enhanced by Kwasi’s Kente cloth presentations and offerings, give Kwasi a call!

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