Teruwork Habesha Cloth

Size Guide

Teruwork habesha outfits is a unique embroidery technique that is known for its intricate and wide design. The embroidery is typically done on handspun and handwoven fabric and features geometric patterns and shapes that are inspired by Ethiopian culture. One of the unique features of Teurwork embroidery is its wide design. The embroidery is done using a special needle that is wider than those used in other types of embroidery, which allows for larger and more intricate designs to be created. The embroidery is often done by hand, which adds to its beauty and uniqueness.  In addition to its beauty, Teruwork embroidery is also a symbol of Ethiopian culture and tradition. It has been passed down from generation to generation and is still practiced today as a way to honor and celebrate Ethiopian heritage.

  • Handspun Ethiopian cotton
  • High quality material 
  • Comfortable to ware 
  • Includes tunic and pant
  • Processing time 2-3 weeks 
  • Free express shipping 3 to 5 business days

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Women's Size Guide

To make sure correct measurements we recommend having a professional seamstress
measure you. If you do not get a professional seamstress to take your measurements you
must follow these guides to ensure proper fit.

Please note: the way to measure for a dress has nothing to do with the size of your
jeans or the waist size or where they hang from!
ethiopian clothing measuring guide

Men's Size Guide

This is a guide with simple instructions on how to take suit measurements (plus a few
general details) that any tailor will need to make a bespoke suit.

What you will need:

    • A fabric measuring tape (we take all our measurements in inches).
    • Assistance from a friend (the measurer)
    • A well-fitting shirt, a pair of trousers (not jeans), jacket, and a pair of shoes.