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This bohemian style rug is used to decorate houses especially the nicest rooms/guest rooms or during a celebration. Pile knot rugs are often offered as a gift for newlyweds and they are a must have in some tribes.
Approx. Size 4ft 7in x 3ft 4in x 1in or 1m 39cm x 1m 1cm x 2cm
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Mina was born in 1988 in douar Askour, like many girls of the region she wasn’t able to pursue her ... show more Mina was born in 1988 in douar Askour, like many girls of the region she wasn’t able to pursue her studies after primary school because the closest middle school was 10km away. She then learned weaving from her mother and later married a man of the region. Mina joined the cooperative in order to financially help her family in addition to her work in the fields. She hopes that their cooperative will do better than it is doing now and will be successful enough to enable the weavers to only focus on their craft.
100% cotton thread used as the warp, it’s held vertically in tension on a loom.
Chemically died wool that women by in the weekly souk for their colorful rugs.
The wool comes from the many sheeps owned by the people of the region. Twice ... show more The wool comes from the many sheeps owned by the people of the region. Twice a year the sheep are sheared and the women clean the wool and spin it to make yarns for their rugs.
In most small villages weavers make their own vertical looms (Haute-Lisse) by using large pieces ... show more In most small villages weavers make their own vertical looms (Haute-Lisse) by using large pieces of wood.