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Handmade by the Following Members of Numedia Tabudrart
Sophia Ait Elhoussine
Aicha Meskour is one of the first women who joined Numedia Tabudrart Coop. She was born in 1949 and grew up in the village of Iskatafen. There she lived with her mother, who taught Aicha to love weaving and make several different types of rugs. Aicha married in 2000 and lives with her husband after her only daughter has married and has a family of her own. Joining the coop enables Aicha to reach different parts of the world thanks to the rugs she can make with her own hands.
Fatima Imharken was born in 1971 in Ikhef Nighir, a village in Ait Bouguemez (“the happy valley”) of the High Atlas. After getting married, she moved to another village in the valley called Imelghass, where she lives with her husband and four children. When she was young, her mother provided her with the chance to discover the world of rug making. Today, she is one of the members of Numedia Tabudrart Coop and she is willing to share her rugs with anyone from any corner of the world.
Khira Meskour is a mother of seven children, four daughters and three sons. She was born in 1958 in Iskatafenand, but now lives in Imelghass, a village in Ait Bouguemez (“the happy valley”) of the High Atlas. She didn’t have the chance to attend school as was the case for many people of the rural areas at that time. Being illiterate didn't stop her from learning something useful, especially after she decided to learn about making rugs from her mother and grandmother. Their knowledge was a book for her, where she learned a lot. In the beginning of 2019, Khira and other women founded Numedia Taburart Coop in order to show the world their rugs.
Aicha Moussaid is one of the women working in Numedia Tabudrart Coop. She was born in 1967 in Taghoulit, one of the villages of Ait Bouguemez (“the happy valley”) of the High Atlas. After getting married she moved to another village in the valley called Imelghes, where she now lives with her husband and four grown children. Thanks to her mother and her aunts, Aicha learned to make her own rugs and became part of this coop in the beginning of 2020.
Naima Outeglaout is the youngest woman in Numedia Tabudrart Coop. She was born on October 10, 1995 in Imelghass, one of the villages in Ait Bouguemez (“the happy valley”) of the High Atlas. Today, Naima still lives in the same village with her husband and their child. She learned about the weaving through her eldest sister after her mother had passed away. Thanks to other old women in the cooperative, she can learn more about the world of rugs and improve her weaving style .
Fatima Ahzmad was born on April 4, 1970 in Figuig. After her father’s retirement,she moved back to her home village of Ikhef nighir, a village in Ait Bouguemez (“the happy valley”) of the High Atlas. After returning home, she married, and now has two daughters and two sons. Her love for weaving started when she was a teenager thanks to her mother who helped her learn about making rugs. Fatima joined Numedia Tabudrart in 2019.
Sophia Ait Elhoussine was born in 1960 in Timgallouna, a village located on the M’goun River in the Rose Valley of the High Atlas. She moved to Ait Bouguemez after getting married. Unfortunately, in the beginning of November 2020, Sfia’s husband was one of the victims of Covid 19 and she is now a widow. As it is the case for most of the ladies of Numedia Tabudrart Coop, she learned the techniques of weaving when she was young thanks to the support of her mother.
5ft 9in x 3ft 7in x 1in
1m 76cm x 1m 10cm x 3cm
Spindle, Metal rug weaving comb , Pickers, Loom
Product ID: 15248
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