Our rugs follow a number of traditional weaving styles respected by the weaving industry for centuries. Each weave calls for speciality craftsmanship depending on the style of weaving.
'Hand-looming' and 'hand-weaving' creates each rug on a scaled wooden vertical or horizontal loom, intersecting the warp using stretched yarns to build the weft. 'Hand-tufting' differs by using a hand operated gun to follow a pattern on a vertical stretched frame. The hand-tufting pistol pinches yarn through the pattern to build taut piles. 'Hand-knotting' is the most specialised technique, created by advanced craftsman on vertical looms with a taut warp.
'The Nepalese' uses a metal rod, allowing the weaver to knot an entire row of knots by cutting it at each end to build the pile. 'The Persian' knot method is the most intricate as the weaver knots each yarn and cuts it individually to create the pile.