The process of making suzanis brings Soliha’s family closer. In the cold mountain winters, her daughters and daughters-in-law tuck their feet by the warm coals and sew their treasures together. Surrounded by suzanis made by Soliha's great-grandmother, the room is a constant pleasant buzz as children weave in and out, and the women share the day’s news and their dreams for the future. Each symbol on the suzani is a reflection of those dreams—circles for family, pink for prosperity, and flowers for children. These are the same dreams that Soliha and her family weave for you.