the past, weaving equipment was primitive. Looms were
crooked and un-straight and this could be the cause of
lopsided and diagonal rugs. Another reason was the use of
wool for warps and wefts; as wool has elasticity, it is
hard to wind it monotonously on the loom.
unfixed steel looms are used and old primitive ones used
only in some houses of region. Warps and wefts of most
rugs are yarn and sometimes, silk threads are used.
is scarcely spun by hand. Increase use of factory skein,
causes yarn wefts and warps use and whole wool rugs are
weave delicate and high value rugs, they use level and
monochrome white wool and sometimes crimson and dark blue
for ground. Today, rugs have colorful wefts, cinnamon or