Born in 1984 in Talsint, Fatima completed most of her high school education. She is married and has a daughter and son. Growing up Fatima worked with her mother on rugs but she learned how to make baskets through her time working with the association. Her craftsmanship and design have steadily improved over time and she is one of the association’s highest sellers. Fatima attends the local women’s center where she has learned how to sew and crochet. With her basket earnings she aspires to build a better life for her children.
A traditional Moroccan basket known as a "tbaq." This basket is handmade using a local dried grass that is wound with colorful wool thread into one-of-a-kind designs. Originally these baskets were used for bread making but nowadays they can be functional or decorative.
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