Adire is a traditional Yoruba textile made in Nigeria using various techniques, including resist dyeing, tie-dyeing, and painting. The fabric is usually made from cotton and is characterized by its vibrant colors and intricate patterns. Adire cloth is often used to make clothing, such as dresses and head wraps, as well as other items, such as bags and home decor. The patterns and designs on Adire cloth are often inspired by nature and Yoruba mythology and are created using various techniques, including stamping, painting, and tie-dyeing. The cloth is an integral part of Yoruba culture and is often worn on special occasions and used to make traditional ceremonial clothing.