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Handmade and designed by Cooperative Tiglmamin
Meet the Artisans
Halima Aissaoui from Moulide was born in 1976 and later relocated to Khenifra. Halima is a widow and has three children. Halima completed the third grade and then went on to learn the art of weaving from her mother and through vocational training. Halima joined the cooperative in order to make money to manage the expenses of her home and her children.
Batoul was born in 1972 and grew up in Khenifra. She is married and has two children. Batoul did not attend school but did spend time at the local’s women’s center learning the art of craft. She loves to work with her hands and has been weaving since she was a young child. Batoul is immensely creative, which can be seen in the stories that she weaves into her rugs. According to Batoul, she thinks of an idea and puts it directly into the design of a rug. Batoul’s love of the creative process as well as her desire to help her family financially lead her to become of a member of the cooperative.
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11in x 11in x 1in
27cm x 27cm x 1cm
Product ID: 8882
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Sabra product is incredibly popular. However, sabra is not a real material and is often rayon or a full synthetic. The Anou community is experimenting using more bamboo and other more sustainable fibers to replace sabra. Bamboo is infinitely softer than the cotton rayon sabra commonly found in Moroccan markets, so it is perfect for a pillow. This is one of Tithrite's experimental pillows using bamboo yarns. Learn more about rayon sabra and bamboo on our blog.
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