Ghana’s National cloth is one indigenous handcraft that has won worldwide
recognition. There are about 150 types of Kente patterns, each having a name
taksen out a proverb or to commemorate an important event in the community of
the weavers. Bonwire is one of the two capitals of Kente weaving in Ghana. In
this Village of interesting Shanti-styled buildings, the knack of Kente weaving
has been passed on from generation to generation. Other towns in Kumasi where
Kente is woven include, Bepoase, Adanwomase, Wonoo and Amampe.