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This lightweight rug is loosely woven and can also be used as a blanket. Btaniyas often feature natural dyes and are always made with natural wool.
Approx. Size 5ft 4in x 3ft x 1in or 1m 63cm x 91cm x 3cm
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Batoul was born in 1972 and grew up in Khenifra. She is married and has two children. Batoul did not ... show more 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.
The warp of this rug is made from cotton and is sourced in local market show more The warp of this rug is made from cotton and is sourced in local market
Recycled sweaters are torn into threads that can be woven. show more Recycled sweaters are torn into threads that can be woven.
The taska is used after every new row is added to a carpet. It helps ... show more The taska is used after every new row is added to a carpet. It helps to compress the weave and keep everything in alignment.
This hand-picker, known locally as “Imachdan” is used to separate the locks of wool and ... show more This hand-picker, known locally as “Imachdan” is used to separate the locks of wool and prepare it for carding, combing and spinning.
Known locally as “Ikarchal” this set of wooden paddles studded with very thin nails is ... show more Known locally as “Ikarchal” this set of wooden paddles studded with very thin nails is used to take the partially combed wool and create fine sheets of wool used to create wool string.
Known locally as, “lmaghzal” this tool is used to spin wool thread to ensure a ... show more Known locally as, “lmaghzal” this tool is used to spin wool thread to ensure a high quality finish.
This rug is woven on a traditional wooden loom that is shared by the women ... show more This rug is woven on a traditional wooden loom that is shared by the women of the cooperative.