Afghani Handmade Maymanah Wooden Design Rugs
About Rugs- Weaving Craft
Rugs or (Palaas) are one of the afghan handicrafts which are woven from silk, goat's hair, sheep's wool, and other domestic cattle. Rugs are used traditionally as ground cover, walls, and blankets for cattle, but right now they are bought as modern cover for townhouses. We can say that rugs- weaving craft were promoted in Egypt about 2500 years B.C. Rugs are woven from a thread (Cotton-Wool) and weft which usually came from domestic animals that differ in many places.
Steps of Weaving Rugs
- Washing and Shearing - Spinning - Dyeing - Weaving - Cutting and Burning - Scrubbing - Stretching - Packaging
Materials used in these Rugs
- Ghazni Wool (Sheep Wool)
- Afghani Cotton
- Color: Natural Warp
Postscript: The use of domestic products has boosted the country's economy and helped to further promote Afghan Rugs Weaving culture and gain more interest.
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