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Pile Knot Rug
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Handmade by the Following Members of Association Tadighoust
Hlima Ait Alla
Nora Ait Alal
Fatima has lived in Qsar Muoy since the 1970’s. She is the mother of three children. She hopes that through her work in the association she’ll be able to attend many national craft fairs.
Saida has lived in Qsar Muoy all her life. She completed her studies all the way until the first year of high school. When she is not working at the association, she can be found following one of her biggest passions: cooking!
Fatima as a Qsar Muoy native. She never completed school but has been a regular in the literacy classes provided by a local association. She uses her income to support her husband and four sons.
Naima was born in the town of Oued Ifrane and moved to Qsar Muoy in the 1980’s when she married her husband. She is the sister of Mustapha Chaouai, one of the artisan leaders of Anou.
Halima was born in Qsar Muoy and has never married. While she did not finish school, she still attends literacy classes provided by a local association. She hopes that through the association she will be able to learn how to use technology and improve the marketing of her association.
Mina is one of oldest members of the association. She is married and is the mother of 8 daughters and one son.
Rachida was born in Qsar Muoy in the 1970’s. She is married has has two children. She learned how to weave and sew from members of her family, particularly from her mom, who also works in the association. She uses income from the association to support her family.
Nora studied in school until the sixth grade. Several years later she married young and is now a widow. She supports her one child through her work at the association. She hopes that she can continue improving her craft so she and her association can sell more and improve their livelihoods.
Nadia is a single mother and has used her work at the association to support all the members of her family.
Rabha has been a member of the association since it was first founded. She hopes that through her work the association will not only be able to increase sales, but also bring more tourists to her village.
17ft 11in x 12ft 7in x 1in
5m 45cm x 3m 83cm x 2cm
Mdura , Spindle, Studded Boards, Traditional Loom
Product ID: 8574
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Pile knot rugs are plush and warm rugs commonly woven in Muoy and often contain traditional symbols unique to the surrounding region.
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