Rachida was born in Qsar Muoy in the 1970’s. She is married has has two children. She learned how to weave and sew from members of her family, particularly from her mom, who also works in the association. She uses income from the association to support her family.
Boucherouite rugs are thick colorful rugs used making recycled clothing that are no longer in use. Many of Tadighoust's boucherouite rugs are defined by distinct traditional symbols rooted in Saharan culture.
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