Sized to be used as a woman's wrapper or skirt, this cloth is made of narrow strips covered almost entirely with supplementary weft patterning. Considered by the Ewe to be their most beautiful and difficult design, this overall pattern is call worgagba, which means "corn power" (corn is the most important daily food among the Ewe peoples). It differs from the small inserted geometric and figural designs more often found in Ewe weaving.
Bobbo wove a similar cloth for his wife in honor of the birth of their youngest son.
Rayon woman's wrapper composed of twelve four inch strips sewn together with each strip covered almost entirely with supplementary weft patterning.