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Pile rugs carry huge traditional cultural significance in the Ait Bouguemez valley. When a family first builds a house, or moves into a new home, the first thing women do is weave rugs specifically for each room. All you have to do to learn when a family first built their home or moved into a home is to ask them how old their rugs are. Often, the rugs are more than 20-60 years old even after consistent ware. The designs of Timdokkals are highly unique to the area and are often referred to as "Azilal Rugs", the province in which Timdokkals is located within. This plush rug can add warmth and comfort to any room.
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Touda is an Agouti native. She has raised her two children alone as her husband passed away several years ago. ... show more Touda is an Agouti native. She has raised her two children alone as her husband passed away several years ago. She has since become one of the most popular members of Timdokal Ighrem because of her warm personality and frequently takes on a motherhood role for many of the girls in Agouti.
To make this item, the artisans of Timdokkal source wool from shepherds and clean it ... show more To make this item, the artisans of Timdokkal source wool from shepherds and clean it in a local river that passes through Agouti.
Typically, a village in Ait Bougamez will share one loom and pass it house to ... show more Typically, a village in Ait Bougamez will share one loom and pass it house to house, woman to woman, so each family can produce the rugs they need. At the cooperative the women are saving money to buy permanent looms to keep at their small store.