top of page

Cactus silk, also known as vegetable silk or Sabra silk, is part of the agave family and is harvested from Saharan aloe vera cacti in northern Morocco, primarily found in the Saharan desert. After the silk fibers are extracted from the plants, they are meticulously washed, dyed, dried, and hand-spun. Traditionally, these threads are hand-woven by the Berber Tribe in the Atlas Mountain region, blending other natural fabrics like chenille, cotton, yarn, and camel wool. This intricate and delicate process results in a fabric rich in texture and history.

The threads are dyed using organic coloring, and the weavers often add free-hand embroidery inspired by their imaginations, emotions, and traditional Moroccan geometric patterns. The result is a vibrant, beautiful finish with love woven into every piece. The dyeing and embroidery make each fabric truly one-of-a-kind, a testament to the artistry and cultural heritage of Moroccan craftsmanship.

The tote bag is designed for daily use, perfect for work, groceries, or a day at the beach.

Cactus tote-bag

  • Size

    48/47 CM


  • Handles

    33 CM

bottom of page