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Boucherouite rugs are thick colorful rugs used making recycled clothing that are no longer in use. Many of Tadighoust's boucherouite rugs are defined by distinct traditional symbols rooted in Saharan culture.

Approx. Size 6ft 1in x 3ft 1in x 1in or 1m 86cm x 94cm x 2cm

1050 includes standard shipping to
Price in Morocco: 1427 Dh

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Rabha Amalik from Goulmima, Morocco

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Rabha Amalik

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Association Tadighoust

Rabha has been a member of the association since it was first founded. She hopes that through her work the ... show more Rabha has been a member of the association since it was first founded. She hopes that through her work the association will not only be able to increase sales, but also bring more tourists to her village.

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

Cotton String from Goulmima, Morocco

Cotton String

Cotton string is purchased in a nearby souk, or market, and is used to create ... show more Cotton string is purchased in a nearby souk, or market, and is used to create the warp of this item.

Recycled Clothing from Goulmima, Morocco

Recycled Clothing

The association will clean old unused clothes and then tear them into weaveable threads. show more The association will clean old unused clothes and then tear them into weaveable threads.

Mdura  from Goulmima, Morocco

Mdura

The mdura is a tool that is used to pound the weft together so it ... show more The mdura is a tool that is used to pound the weft together so it fastens to the warp of the rug.

Traditional Loom from Goulmima, Morocco

Traditional Loom

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 association and other members of the village. Using wooden looms can sometimes slightly warp a rug, giving it a unique finish.


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