Some Doors for My Future Tent

June 22, 2015

Perfect for my future tent!

A set of three old tent doors / dividers / perde curtains (most likely converted from grain sacks?) from the homes of Yoruks or nomads of Anatolia.

Old Anatolian Textile 01

Old Anatolian Textile 02

Welcome to my future home being put together one textile at a time!

See more images of this set here on wovensouls.com.

A good account of an outsider’s experience of the Yoruk Nomadic lifestyle in the Middle Eastern Geographic Magazine can be found here.

jm

June 2015

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