Tapestries from Tataouine include a number of hand-woven products from the South of Tunisia. The
Bedouin tapestries "Hamil" and "Wissada" are made of long strips of tightly woven fabric from sheep, goat and in some cases camel wool. They are
traditional, utilitarian textile works, sometimes difficult to find and expensive. "Ajar", a fine woven Berber tapestry, featuring the colours of
the South is more a decorative item. "Mushtia" and the "grey Klim" are examples of adaptations to fashion, both being used as ground or wall decorations today.