Senesie Tarawalley, of the Mandingo tribe, opens a tie-dyed lappa. In Bo.
Senesie Tarawalley, of the Mandingo tribe, opens a tie-dyed lappa. In Bo.
Weaver produces strips for country cloth. Sembehun.
Weaver produces strips for country cloth. Sembehun.
Man stitching a lappa for dying. In Bo.
Man stitching a lappa for dying. In Bo.
Gara lappa made with natural kola nut and indigo dyes. In Bo.
Gara lappa made with natural kola nut and indigo dyes. In Bo.
Females pound a lappa of tie-dyed cloth with clubs  to give it a sheen before it's taken out to sell. At our neighbor's compound in Bo.
Females pound a lappa of tie-dyed cloth with clubs to give it a sheen before it's taken out to sell. At our neighbor's compound in Bo.

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