Fatima Ait Alla was born in 1997. She is married and has a high school diploma. Fatima is a member of the Agoray de Tissaj Association. She learned her craft from her mom and aunt.
Amina was born in 1974 in Qsar Moui. She is a widow with 4 kids. Amina started taking literacy classes and continued her craft as a carpet weaver. She learned this craft from her mom and joined the association in order to support her family.
بوشرويط is a type of carpet that is woven using threads made from old clothes. Old clothes are recycled and torn into small threads that are used to make this type of carpet. Boucherouite is considered a traditional art in some cultures, where sustainability and recycling are promoted in the carpet industry.
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