Anou's Website is Changing! Is something not working as expected? Email us at [email protected]
You have no items in your cart.
Add items to your cart to learn how to save money on shipping.
Handmade and designed by Association Timouzounin
Meet the Artisans
Aich Qayou was born in the late 1970’s. She learned how to weave from her mother at a young age and then joined the association in 2008. Through her work at the association, she hopes that one day she can earn enough income to build her own private house. In her free time she likes to watch Turkish soap operas and hopes that in the future she will have the income to travel more.
Fatima was born in a near by village and moved to Tadula Zanfi to marry her now husband. Her husband was married before and had nine children, but his wife unexpectedly passed away. As such Fatima embraced the children as her own. Many of her children are studying in school and doing well. Her husband is now retired. In her free time, Fatima attends the literacy courses put on by her association. She also contributes to the association due to her skills in weaving.
Samira was born in Tedla, is married, the mother of twins and has is 25 years old. She left school after sixth grade. Samira was one of the founders of this association, and she works in the craft of weaving and embroidery. Initially she used to work in a different association, but she left to start her own association. The young women of the first association followed her into the new association to learn weaving and embroidery from her. Local teens with a high school education help out at the association. Now, she is improving in her weaving skills by learning from the other women of the association. She hopes to earn a sustainable income from the coopeartive.
Aisha was born in 1982, in Teduit ZanFi. She is not married and dropped out of school after the fourth grade. Aisha learned the craft of weaving from her mother after she stopped attending school. Aisha has other skills in handicraft that she sells through this association. From this association, she has been able to earn a meaningful amount of income to assist her family.
Price includes shipping to
10ft 1in x 8ft 1in x 1in
3m 8cm x 2m 46cm x 1cm
Spindle, Studded Boards, Loom
Product ID: 10988
Questions? Email us
The designs made by the association are rooted in the long weaving history of the region. Many of these rugs, known as Taznakht rugs, are made distinct by bright reds and yellows, colors that represent the landscape in which the rugs were made. These bohemian style rugs have a contemporary feel while incorporating traditional Moroccan designs.
Transparent Pricing (Coming Soon!) ▴