Ade + Ayo

Adehye Cloth bib

About the Print: The Adehye print is Ade + Ayo's take on kente cloth, a Ghanian woven textile made with strips of silk and cotton. Traditional kente weaving is done on a wooden loom and kente cloth was historically worn by royalty. There are hundreds of different types of kente patterns, each with its own name or meaning typically based on proverbs, historical events, important leads or plants. Kente has become an important symbol of African heritage and pride across the diaspora. We’ve named this print “Adehye,” meaning royalty in Twi (Ghanian language).

About the Style: Now you can keep your baby’s neck and chin dry while bringing a pop of color to their outfit! Soft and absorbent, our bibs pair function and style to help your baby stay comfy, keeping the delicate skin around baby’s mouth and nose safe from irritation. Adjustable snaps so the bib fits for longer as your baby grows.

$6.50

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Product Details

Fabric

100% organic cotton.

Care

Machine wash cold, inside out with like colors. Use normal or mild detergent. Tumble dry on low heat. Do not iron on print; do not bleach.

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We offer free shipping on orders over $99. All returns are free.

Orders placed Monday through Friday are typically processed within 24 hours. Shipping is via UPS Ground or USPS Priority Mail.

Gift Boxing

We'd be happy to put your order in a gift box for a flat fee of $5 per order.

Simply select gift wrapping on the cart page, include an (optional) message, and we'll handle the rest.

Ade + Ayo

Comfy, soft organic cotton kids clothing featuring beautiful African designs. Ade + Ayo beings the joy of African cultures to your child's life, and helps build connections to their global community.

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