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Class of 2024 Kente Cloth Graduation Stole

Class of 2024 Kente Cloth Graduation Stole

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  • Kente Cloth is a type of textile that is intricately woven with bright, vibrant colors and patterns, making it a true work of art.
  • Each pattern on Kente Cloth has a specific meaning and is often used to convey a message or tell a story, while each color symbolizes a different concept such as wisdom, spirituality, or purity.
  • The tradition of Kente Cloth dates back to the 12th century when the Ashanti people of Ghana began weaving the cloth.
  • The Class of 2023 Handwoven Kente Cloth Graduation Stole is a beautiful representation of the hard work and determination it takes to graduate from college.
  • The stole measures approximately 4.5 inches wide by 72 inches long, making it the perfect size for most graduates.
  • The stole is not only a symbol of achievement but also a way to honor and recognize the cultural traditions of Ghana.
  • By wearing this stole, graduates are acknowledging the importance of cultural diversity and celebrating the rich history and traditions of other cultures.
  • The stole will make any graduate stand out from the crowd on their special day and is sure to be a memorable and meaningful accessory.

The Class of 2024 Handwoven Kente Cloth Graduation Stole is a symbol of achievement and honor for graduating students. This particular stole is unique because it is made from authentic handwoven Kente Cloth from Ghana. Kente Cloth is a type of textile that has been traditionally worn by royalty and dignitaries in Ghana for centuries. The cloth is intricately woven with bright, vibrant colors and patterns, making it a true work of art.

To create Kente Cloth, skilled weavers use a special loom and a complex weaving technique that involves interlacing different colored threads to create intricate geometric patterns. Each pattern has a specific meaning and is often used to convey a message or tell a story. The colors used in Kente Cloth are also significant, with each color symbolizing a different concept such as wisdom, spirituality, or purity.

The tradition of Kente Cloth dates back to the 12th century when the Ashanti people of Ghana began weaving the cloth. It was originally worn only by royalty and was considered a symbol of wealth and power. Today, Kente Cloth is worn by people all over the world for special occasions, including graduations.

The Class of 2024 Handwoven Kente Cloth Graduation Stole is a beautiful representation of the hard work and determination it takes to graduate from college. The stole measures approximately 4.5 inches wide by 72 inches long, making it the perfect size for most graduates. It features vibrant colors and patterns that will make any graduate stand out from the crowd on their special day.

This stole is not only a symbol of achievement but also a way to honor and recognize the cultural traditions of Ghana. By wearing this stole, graduates are acknowledging the importance of cultural diversity and celebrating the rich history and traditions of other cultures.

In conclusion, the Class of 2024 Handwoven Kente Cloth Graduation Stole is a beautiful and meaningful accessory for any graduate. It represents the hard work and dedication it takes to earn a degree while also honoring the cultural traditions of Ghana. With its vibrant colors and intricate patterns, this stole is sure to make any graduate stand out on their special day.

Can I customize one stole?

Minimum order of 6 pcs for custom orders.

What is the material of your stoles? Washing Instructions?

Our stoles are all made of 100% polyester. Purely made polyester, like our products, is extremely strong, extremely durable and has excellent properties such as being hydrophobic in nature that leads to quick-drying and stain resistance.

They cannot be made in another fabric except for our v-neck stoles that can be made in matte fabric as well.

We recommend dry cleaning for all of our products in order to keep the integrity of the garment. However, our products can be washed in a machine using the gentle cycle or handwashed. For drying, please hang dry. The material can be ironed on a low setting.

Can you help me with a mockup of the custom stole I want to order?

Email us the information of what you are looking to order and we can create a mockup for you.

Please provide in the email:

  • Quantity and Needed by Date
  • Stole Color
  • Trim Color (if any) Color Options are Antique Gold, Black, Brown, Emerald Green, Gold, Green, Hunter Green, Light Blue, Maroon, Navy Blue, Orange, Pink, Purple, Red, Royal Blue, Silver or White.
  • Embroidery or Print
  • Length: 31", 33", or 36"
  • Width: 3.2", 4.5", or 5"
  • Text/images on right, left, or both sides. Please attach any images/logos that you want to use. PNG file is preferred but a high-quality JPEG will work.

Do you offer customized stoles?

Yes, we need a minimum of 6 pcs. Please email us the details of your stoles and we will get back to you with a quote and estimated delivery date.

How do I select the length of my custom stole?

  • Some academic institutions have specific guidelines regarding the length of graduation stoles.
  • Check with your school's graduation office or ceremony organizers to see if there are any recommendations or requirements for stole length.
  • Consider the overall look you want to achieve with your graduation attire. Ensure that the stole complements your gown and other accessories.
  • Some graduates prefer a longer stole for a more dramatic effect, while others may opt for a more understated length.

Please note 25" is used for kindergarten and pre-school graduations. 

31" or 33" are most used for elementary and high school graduations. 

33" or 36" are most used for College and Universities .

I don’t see the color I need. Do you provide any that aren’t listed?

You can email us the color that you need, we will get back to you with a closed match. 

We can color match some products if a bulk order is placed.

The color does not match my university regalia?

We do not color match. We have a very specific set of fabrics. We cannot guarantee that our fabric colors will match with another supplier’s fabrics.

What if my school orders with a different company?

We welcome anyone to order with us! Although, we cannot give assurance or be held responsible for our stoles’ colours matching another company’s stoles. We provide unique shades of stoles are not the same with another vendor's products.

What is a graduation stole? Can I wear a stole for my graduation?

A graduation stole is a decorative sash worn by graduates during commencement ceremonies. Stoles are often made of a silky or satin-like material and are worn draped around the neck and over the shoulders, hanging down the front of the graduate's gown. They come in various colors and designs, and the choice of stole often signifies certain achievements, honors, or affiliations.

Graduation stoles are commonly used to denote academic honors, membership in honor societies, or participation in specific programs or activities. Different colors and patterns may be associated with various academic disciplines, achievements, or organizational affiliations. The wearing of graduation stoles adds a personalized and symbolic touch to the traditional graduation attire, allowing graduates to showcase their accomplishments and affiliations as they celebrate their academic achievements.

What is the difference between Embroidery, Printing and Sublimation?

Embroidery, printing, and sublimation are three different methods used for decorating apparel. Each method has its own unique characteristics, advantages, and limitations. Here's a brief overview of the differences between embroidery, printing, and sublimation on apparel:

  1. Embroidery:
  2. Printing:
  3. Sublimation:

In summary, the choice between embroidery, printing, and sublimation depends on factors such as the design complexity, desired look and feel, fabric type, and intended use of the apparel. Each method has its own advantages and considerations, and the best choice will vary depending on the specific requirements of the project.