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Bamboo Pillow by Cooperative Nahda

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.

Approx. Size 11in x 11in x 1in or 29cm x 27cm x 1cm

341 includes standard shipping to
Price in Morocco: 509 Dh

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Aicha Mehboub from Souq El Hed, Morocco

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Aicha Mehboub

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Aicha Mahboub is the youngest sister of Naima Mahboub. At 46 she has never been married or attended to school. ... show more Aicha Mahboub is the youngest sister of Naima Mahboub. At 46 she has never been married or attended to school. She learned weaving from her mother and after seeing the success her sister has encountered at the association, she joined soon after. She wants to help her widowed mother with the household expenses since all her brothers got married and have left home to build their own homes.

This Original Item was Handmade using the Local Materials and Tools Below

Bamboo Yarn from Souq El Hed, Morocco

Bamboo Yarn

This product is made of bamboo threads all hand dyed in house using environmental and ... show more This product is made of bamboo threads all hand dyed in house using environmental and people friendly processes. To learn more why we do not use sabra and use bamboo, check out Anou's blog.


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