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Handmade by the Following Members of Association Timouzounin
Latifa Inzik is a Tadula Zanfi native. She is divorced and has a boy and daughter who are both studying in primary school. She and a group of women in her village decided to form the association in order to showcase their work. Unfortunately, the association hasn’t produced as many sales as they had hoped since they haven’t been able to travel to many shows. Today, Latifa lives at home with her parents and any income she generates from her sales she invests in her children. With increased sales she would like to build a home for her and her children and provide them with the means to travel.
Amina was born in 1994 in Teduit ZanFi, she is not yet married, and has attended school through the sixth grade. Amina left school, and soon after learned the craft of weaving from her mother, as the village is known for its weavers. After finishing her housework, she would weave, and eventually she joined the cooperative in 2013, and has been able to pick up skills in embroidery. Amina loves listening to music in her free time, and hopes to develop her skills in her weaving and sells them in larger marketplaces around the world.
6ft 8in x 6ft 6in x 1in
2m 3cm x 1m 99cm x 1cm
Spindle, Studded Boards, Loom
Product ID: 9953
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The designs made by the association are rooted in the long weaving history of the region. Many of these rugs, known as Taznakht rugs, are made distinct by bright reds and yellows, colors that represent the landscape in which the rugs were made. These bohemian style rugs have a contemporary feel while incorporating traditional Moroccan designs.