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The Beni Ourain is a simple yet chic traditional moroccan rug. While Timdokkals is not physically located in the areas where the Beni Ourain tribe used to exist, many women have lineage to the area and moved to Ait Bouguemez after marrying.
Approx. Size 10ft 4in x 8ft x 1in or 3m 15cm x 2m 45cm x 3cm
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Khadija as a native of Agouti and has lived in the village her entire life. She completed primary school and ... show more Khadija as a native of Agouti and has lived in the village her entire life. She completed primary school and hopes to study again one day. When Khadija is not embroidering or crocheting new items at the association, she can be found working in her family's field. She hopes that through the sales of her items, she'll be able to support the growth of Association Ighrem and Timdokal Ighrem.
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.
The warp of this rug is made from cotton and is sourced in local markets. show more The warp of this rug is made from cotton and is sourced in local markets.
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.