Seshweshwe is a printed dyed cotton fabric widely used for traditional Sotho (South Africa & Lesotho) clothing. Originally dyed indigo, the fabric is manufactured in a varietypeople has become to weave cloth instead of pounding down the bark fibres. Some wove linen, whereas others wove specific kinds of tall grass. Changes in rulers, access to foreigners and international trade all influenced a number of African countries’ cultures, and by association, their clothes. No matter where on the continent you travelled,