Boucharouite Recycle Clothes

Boucharouite Recycle Clothes

This Boucharouite carpet made by a woman from the Aït Y'Azza Tribe, in the remote Village of Imilchil 25- 30 years ago. The technique consists of cutting fine strips of fabric and knotting them one by one on the warp strings of the hand woven base. This style of carpet developed after modern clothing was introduced to the small villages of Morocco. The Technique was popularized by those lacking sufficient income to buy materials for weaving and chose to recycled old clothing into the strips of fabric create the rug. Now Boucharouite carpets are prized for their vibrant colors, unique patterns, and are found all over Morocco.


Size : 35X122,5’’

Material : recycle clothes


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