Flat weave rugs are hand-woven, pileless rugs. They are often called “Kilim”, a word of Turkish origin. Their story is ancient and telling it makes us travel to Turkey, Afghanistan, Pakistan, India, China... In Morocco they are called "Hanbel". It is not the most common weaving technique in the country; for this reason they are rarer. Despite this, they also have a fascinating variety of colors and designs.
They can be made entirely of wool, with a mixture of wool and cotton, in sabra or, in the case of Boucherouite, with rags of very different fabrics.
Some examples are light enough to be hung on the wall: as a picture, as a headboard or to delimit spaces.