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None: 7025 Uniquely handmade by artisans using Cotton and Heid Lakubah . Crafted by Cooperative Azta from Souq El Hed, Morocco. Ships to USA and Europe
Approx. Size 7ft 2in x 4ft 6in x 1in or 2m 18cm x 1m 37cm x 2cm
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|Price in Morocco: 2210 Dh|
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Ganou Mahboub treasurer of the cooperative was born in 1965 in skhirat mastered the craft of weaving where she learned ... show more Ganou Mahboub treasurer of the cooperative was born in 1965 in skhirat mastered the craft of weaving where she learned on the mother's hands have not been studied married mother of six sons and one girl
Cotton is used to create the warp of this item. While warps can be made ... show more Cotton is used to create the warp of this item. While warps can be made using wool, cotton is more commonly preferred because it helps ensure the rug shape does not warp over time.
It is a type of thread that is used for clothing and also for weaving ... show more It is a type of thread that is used for clothing and also for weaving boucherouite carpets.
Azta uses metal looms provided by the Ministry of Artisans at a local weaving center. ... show more Azta uses metal looms provided by the Ministry of Artisans at a local weaving center. However, if the women decide to weave at home, they're woven on a traditional wooden loom.