Bark Cloth

Bark cloth may refer to:

  • Tapa cloth, a cloth made from the bark of the Paper Mulberry Tree.
  • Cedar bark textile
  • Other textiles made from tree bark, such as the bark cloth of the Baganda people of Uganda
  • Barkcloth, which is actually made from cotton rather than tree bark

Other articles related to "bark cloth, cloth":

Shompen People - Society
... The traditional attire for men is a short, thin loincloth made of bark cloth, covering only the genitals without a 'tail' of cloth in front ... Women wear a knee-length skirt of bark cloth, occasionally with a shawl of bark cloth covering the shoulders ...

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