Saidia has one of the widest skillsets of the members at Ain Leuh and can weave an impressive array of rugs. She developed her weaving skills learning from her mom when she was younger. Saidia never married and lives with her brother in Ain Leuh and uses her income to support herself. When she has free time, she lives to visit her relatives in Ain Leuh and neighboring villages. She hopes that her future will be filled with many happy moments. Her favorite dish to make is cous cous.
Cooperative Tisseuses is most well known for their hanbel rugs. While hanbel rugs are commonly found through the Middle Atlas mountains, the contemporary design found on most are large said to have started in Ain Leuh. Regardless of the origin of these rugs, they still set the trends in the wider weaving community. The symbols on these rugs reflect different criteria of Amazigh women such as courage which is represented by the lion eyes.