1. Shepherds in the Atlas Mountains carefully look after the sheep, and shear their heavy winter coats.

2. Once collected, the wool undergoes an intricate journey of cleaning and drying.

3. After a thorough wash and dry, the wool is spun and transformed into threads.

4. The yarn can be kept its natural wool color or dyed using all natural plants and minerals.

5. The wool is then strung onto looms to begin weaving. This process can take months of tying individual knots in order to finish one rug.

6. The finished rugs are then washed several times to ensure the wool is extremely soft . Post-wash, the rugs are laid out in the sun where they’ll dry until they are ready.