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This lightweight carpet is loosely woven, giving it a softness allowing villagers to use it as a blanket. Btaniya carpets often feature natural dyes and are always made from natural wool. The pattern of these rugs is the same on both sides. To complete a meter of this carpet takes about one day. It's fast to make.
Approx. Size 9ft 2in x 7ft 5in x 1in or 2m 80cm x 2m 26cm x 1cm
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Sadia is a native of Oued Ifrane and has lived in the village her entire life. She is married to ... show more Sadia is a native of Oued Ifrane and has lived in the village her entire life. She is married to a butcher and has two young boys. She has been involved with the association since 2011 and knows how to make each type of carpet the association produces. With the money she earns for her sales, she wants to invest it in her family and perhaps build a house for her family.
Tadout - Wool
Wool from this area is of medium to long length. Medium to long length wool ... show more Wool from this area is of medium to long length. Medium to long length wool reflects the hot summers and cold winters, though not as extreme as the High Atlas. This wool length is important and medium to long length ensures that that the threads of wool are durable and do not overly shed. This is comparison to short wool from southern Morocco, which can shed much easier as the threads as the wool fibers are not long relative to else were in Morocco. Further, wool in the High Atlas is longer with creates highly durable thread. So while long thread does not shed, it also does not create any fraying at all. Wool from Mrirt strikes a popular balance between durablity, tightness of thread, while still just short enough to provide a gentle fray that is highly sought after.
The wool in this product is sheared from local sheep and is synthetically died to ... show more The wool in this product is sheared from local sheep and is synthetically died to create the colors that you see.
It is a type of thread that is used in the weaving web. It is ... show more It is a type of thread that is used in the weaving web. It is made of cotton and not wool and can be tainted in any color that is going to be seen on the weaved product.
Nahda uses metal looms provided by the Ministry of Artisans at a local weaving center. ... show more Nahda uses metal looms provided by the Ministry of Artisans at a local weaving center. However, if the women decide to weave at home, they're woven on a traditional wooden loom.
The taska is used after every new row is added to a carpet. It helps ... show more The taska is used after every new row is added to a carpet. It helps to compress the weave and keep everything in alignment.
This set of wooden paddles studded with very thin nails is used to take the ... show more This set of wooden paddles studded with very thin nails is used to take the partially combed wool and create fine sheets of wool used to create wool string.