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Atlas Pillow

33 € Regular price 55 €

Bring a subtle pop of color to your space with this handwoven pillow and its graphic intricate contemporary pattern. This piece shows the incredible skills of our partner women artisans from the Atlas Mountains who specialize in intricate weaving. Each pillow takes up to one week of work to be completed. We collaborate with these master artisans to help them gain financial security and thrive through their skills.

  • Handwoven in the Atlas Mountains
  • 38 x 38 cm (15“ square)
  • Organic handspun sheep wool and cotton mix
  • Light blue, or dark blue and blush pink on cream white
  • Dry clean only
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The Folks

At the heart of the Atlas Mountains, in the valley of Aït Hamza, we had the privilege to meet a group of strong and highly skilled berber women. Our ethical partnership goes beyond fair-trade, it is a human-centered relationship based on common trust and transparency. This group of six women is led by Yetto Afkir, an experienced artisan who learned hand weaving techniques at a very young age, and battled to build a small structure where artisans from her neighborhood can get together and weave their way to financial success and freedom.

The Tale

Hand weaving is a traditional craft in berber villages carried exclusively by women, and passed on from mothers to daughters. Besides meeting everyday needs and eventually providing a source of income, hand weaving is above all a way to keep traditions alive and strengthen the sense of community. Women artisans still handcraft unique pieces the way their ancestors did, from organic wool shorn from local sheep and hand spun, using rustic looms. We wish to bring you the best and most unique products, while making sure to keep these tales alive and continuously told, one exceptional piece at a time.

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