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Kuba cloth is a traditional textile from The Congo. It is hand-woven using the strands from raffia palm leaves. The raffia strands are dyed in a variety of earth tones using vegetable dyes. Traditionally the different patchwork is symbolic and develops a meaning and arranged to tell a story about their tribe. Kuba cloth can come in long lengths creating a feature wallhanging.