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BOUCHEROUITE RUGS

The carpet Boucharouette Rug is added to the list of wonderful creations of carpets made in Morocco. Boucharouette  is made from textiles that have already been used, such as wool, cotton, yarns, synthetic fibers and other textiles that can be recycled. This marvelous Moroccan rug is a consequence of the change that has occurred in recent decades in rural Morocco, where the ancient nomadic culture has been replaced by sedentary agriculture and other modern forms of employment. This has meant that the exclusive wool of the sheep, which is the material that constitutes carpets, has become even rarer. That's why it has become even more important to use textiles that have already been used, which women in rural Morocco do superbly. The colors and patterns of the Boucharouette rug are reminiscent of the Ouaouzguit rug and, like the latter, the Boucharouette rug is also featured in various art exhibitions around the world.



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