Diese Killim Teppiche (Hanbel) sind aus natürlicher Schafwolle gewebt, aber der Unterschied zu den klassischen Beni Ouarin Teppichen ist, dass sie keine langen Haare haben. Die Zeichnungen sind Berbersymbole, meist geometrische Strings in verschiedenen Größen und Formen, in lebhaften Farben die nicht verblassen.
Association Timouzounin is located in Tadula Zanfi, a small village about 25 kilometres outside the city of Ouarzazate on the road to Marrakech. Most who live in the area of Tadula Zanfi work in agriculture or shepherding their sheep. After a series of successive droughts in the region, the women of Tadula Zanfi decided to create a female led association that would draw upon this cultural heritage via the weaving of rugs to provide additional income to the villagers.
Zineb is a Tadula Zanfi native and was born in the late 1980’s. Zineb attended school until the sixth grade and learned how to weave from her relatives. She is now specialized in flat weave or hanbel rugs. She hopes that one day her association becomes well known and is able to improve the lives of the women within it.