Fatima's Magical Vintage Boucherouite

Fatima's Magical Vintage Boucherouite - Salam Hello

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Made By

Cooperative Tamghart Ouchflin

Saida and her sister Khadijah started a small Association of women weavers in their Village to help their elder neighbors sell their beautiful, handcrafted rugs. The women live in the Al Haouz Province of Morocco, 20 kilometers outside of Amizmiz in the High Atlas Mountains. This Province is home to the Boujad Tribe and the rugs crafted in this region take on the Tribe’s namesake.

Rug Style


This rug technique is called Boucherouite (pronounced boo-shay-reet). These pieces are made from yarn, recycled clothing, or even textile scraps. Boucherouite rugs are often used in weavers’ own homes. In fact, this style of rug wasn’t traditionally sold but their vibrant, playful nature has made them popular.