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Handmade and designed by Cooperative Sidi Chta Talsanant
Meet the Artisans
Hafida Ait Ydir
Hafida was born in the village of Ait Bouli in 1983, is married to a man of the village in Ait Bouguemez after divorcing her first husband of Ait Bouli. She is the mother of two sons. Hafida is one of the women who encouraged the other women of the village to take up weaving, as she grew up in an artisan family known for their variety of crafts. Hafida wants the women of the village to exhibit their creative artisanal skills. She learned how to weave from her mother as a young girl, and she specializes in Beni Ourain rugs. Hafida hopes that success comes to her cooperative as it has to the nearby ones of the region.
Touda was born in 1974 Adkaln, is married to Desayed, and has six boys. Touda never had the opportunity to attend school because in her childhood, none of the kids of her village attended school, especially the girls. Touda has always been passionate about weaving and learned her skills from her aunt when she was a young girl, specializing in Hanbel rugs. She hopes that the coop allows women of the village to, with courage, show their hard work and artisanal skills.
Aaicha was born in 1956 in village called Aros. She is married, and is the mother to five boys. Her husband passed away and thus it is her responsibility to support her family. Aaicha has never had the opportunity to attend school, and learned the skills of weaving at a young age from her mother. She loves the idea of the coop and hopes that she will be able to benefit from it.
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4ft 8in x 2ft 8in x 1in
1m 43cm x 82cm x 3cm
Product ID: 8746
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Azilal rugs are originally from the high atlas mountains, handmade with intricate and often colorful designs. The plush fabric adds warm and accent to any space
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