Samira was born in a village just outside of Khenifra. Samira previously worked as a seamstress and transferred her skills to the association when it began in 2008. She and her husband, a day laborer, have one boy. With the money she generates from her sales, she hopes to support her small growing family and contribute to household expenses.
This necklace has an elegant bohemian feel. After hand sewing each jellaba button from scratch, the women then sew the buttons together along with assorted buttons acquired in local markets to create this item.
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