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There are women all over Morocco who weave carpets to make extra money for the family. The carpets are usually sold for large amounts of money and the weavers are generally given a small portion of the profits. However, cooperatives have sprung up all over Morocco and the women sell them directly to the consumer. Weaver Fadma Mahamedet lives in the village of Ait Hamza and belongs to the cooperative there.
Photo by Anna Beeke
You can read about her and the rest of the women who work in the cooperatives in Untangling Threads: Female Artisans in Morocco's Rug Weaving Industry.