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This rug varies from one region to another according to color, decoration and production method. Made of natural wool this rug is quite versatile, in the winter the pile side is placed up to keep things warmer and in the summer the pile side is placed face down to keep things cooler. Each knot is individually tied by hand making it a true feat of craftsmanship.
Approx. Size 6ft 11in x 4ft 8in x 1in or 2m 10cm x 1m 43cm x 3cm
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Fadma was born in 1970, she is divorced and the mother of two children. Fadma did not study when she ... show more Fadma was born in 1970, she is divorced and the mother of two children. Fadma did not study when she was younger but as an adult has attended literacy classes. She learned to weave at home and spent time at the local women’s center where she learned more about her craft. Fadma is an expert weaver of wedding blankets, known locally as handira or Timizarin, she would sell these at the local market. Fadma joined the cooperative because she needs the money for herself and her children.
This product features 100% natural wool sheered from local sheep. show more This product features 100% natural wool sheered from local sheep.
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
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.