Rachida joined the Ain Leuh Cooperative in 2010 just after getting married and moving to Ain Leuh. She wants to support her husband and her family and she is grateful to be able to work in the cooperative.
Handiras are traditionally worn by women on their wedding nights. Handiras are traditionally thick white and off white colors. Ain Leuh takes a unique approach in weaving handiras as they blend designs and colors common throughout their signature rugs. Further, the level of knotting and detail on their handiras is much more fine than traditional handiras.
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