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Hand Woven Rugs: Authentic Artistry for a Distinctive Decor

Hand-woven rugs are made in the traditional way in a handloom. A handloom is a loom that you manually make without the use of electrical or motorized powered looms. The benefit of the handloom is that it provides more tension on the warp threads. A warp is one of two components in the weaving of turning the thread into fabric. The other is a weft. Warp threads are held lengthwise while stationary and in tension on a loom. The weft is above and under the warp. These handlooms enable these rugs to have a smooth weave. The smooth weaves are weaves that can be used on both sides. Thereafter, the warp threads of cotton or linen are stretched on the loom. The woolen weft thread is woven crosswise with a shuttle. The handwoven knots are slightly uneven and lack consistent uniformity.

The texture of hand-woven rugs is very unique. It could either be fine or coarse. Depending on the thickness of the wool and the number of warp threads, the rugs become finer or coarser. A hand-woven rug is pleasantly light. This is in comparison to rugs of a high pile. There are several references in the outlook of hand-woven rugs. The hand-woven rugs can be plain or patterned. Various patterns are used on the hand-woven rugs. There is the use of plants and animals. These patterns are most popular on hand-woven rugs. There are also symbols and signs representing contentment and happiness. These are often used motifs for these flat wool rugs. They traditionally represented a sign of wealth and display social status.

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