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Handmade by the Following Members of Association Zaouia
Fathma was born in Ait Heddab and moved to Sidi Yahya Ou Youssef after marrying her husband. They have eight kids: four daughters, three of which are married and one who is pursuing her studies. And four sons, three of which travel around doing small jobs and one who is pursuing quranic studies in the city of Agadir. She joined the weaver’s association, like most women, to help her family earn a better income in 2012. Fathma learned to weave when she was ten from her mother. She makes beni-ourain, handira and hanbel rugs. When she is not making rugs, she spends her time teaching other women how to weave. Her goal is to support her family members financially.
5ft 11in x 3ft 9in x 1in
1m 81cm x 1m 14cm x 1cm
Medra, Imshaden, Carding Boards, Loom, Scissors, Spindel
Assorted Color Threads,
Twisted Wool Yarn
Product ID: 16434
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Handira rugs used to be placed in every home. It was considered to be a piece of clothing that would be worn outside. It is now used for decoration and gifted to young women about to be wed.
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