Anou's Website is Changing! Is something not working as expected? Email us at [email protected]
You have no items in your cart.
Add items to your cart to learn how to save money on shipping.
Includes shipping to
Handmade by the Following Members of Cooperative Tiglmamin
Halima Aissaoui from Moulide was born in 1976 and later relocated to Khenifra. Halima is a widow and has three children. Halima completed the third grade and then went on to learn the art of weaving from her mother and through vocational training. Halima joined the cooperative in order to make money to manage the expenses of her home and her children.
Fatoma was born in 1963 in the suburbs of Khenifra, she is married and the mother of three children. Fatoma learned to weave at home as a young girl but has never been able to earn a living from her weaving. Fatoma joined the cooperative to help her family members in the cooperative and to contribute to household expenses including medical treatment. Fatoma has a dream of someday purchasing a house with the profits from her rugs.
Fatima was born in 1956, she is a widow with six children, four boys and two girls. Fatima learned the art of weaving at home from her mother. After she married she learned how to make a special type of hanbel known as the “hasera.” The hasera is made using dried palm leaves that are woven with wool into a truly unique rug, this is very difficult work. She decided to join the cooperative because her children are older and she wants the work. Fatima hopes to share a piece of her culture with the world.
Zhour was born in 1965, she is married and has four children. Zhour did not study as a child but attended literacy classes at the mosque as an adult. She learned to weave at home from her mother. As a member of the cooperative she hopes to use her earnings to buy a house.
Mlouda is 52 years old, she is married and the mother for four children. Mlouda did not attend school but learned the craft of weaving from her mother and grandmother which gave birth to a love of weaving. The craft disappeared for a number of years and was not a viable way to make a living. With the start of her family’s cooperative she has the opportunity to work, create and share this traditional industry both nationally and internationally.
8ft 10in x 5ft 11in x 1in
2m 68cm x 1m 80cm x 1cm
Taska, Hand Picker, Wool Carders, Spindle, Traditional Loom
Product ID: 16426
Questions? Email us [email protected]
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.
Moroccan artisans are paid a meagre 4% of an average sale online or in local markets. But with your help we can change that!
Every product on Anou is priced by artisans themselves and Anou shows exactly where your money goes. When buying handmade Moroccan crafts always ask for pricing breakdowns from sellers.
Reduce the shipping cost to as low as 4% with our beta economy options or grouped shipping discounts built right into your cart. Click the cart in the top right to learn more.