Originally from Ait Seba Kdima, a small village near Talsint, Zohr relocated to Talsint with her husband. Zohr has four children, two daughters and two sons. Zohr did not attend school but did learn to make baskets and weave rugs from her mother and sister while growing up. She uses the profits from her basket sales to buy things for her house and to help her children.
A traditional Moroccan basket known as a "tbaq." This basket is handmade using a local dried grass that is wound with colorful wool thread into one-of-a-kind designs. Originally these baskets were used for bread making but nowadays they can be functional or decorative.
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