little spun wool turns into a strip, by fingertips and connects the
first part of this strip to the knotted tip of pareh; thus the tail of
wools is connected to underarm or to the back as prepared skeins.
turn pareh with right hand, while pareh is turning. They make the
remaining wool slowly, as strips, in result warps of wool get fastened
and twist together. When the spun wool reach a length of one meter,
spinner winds the pile around the fans, by opening over pareh hitch
(running noose). This act goes on, not more than a few hours and pareh
becomes full have spun wool. They may produce various kinds of pile
with spun wool.
or quality of wool distinguishes different kinds of pile. Those very
thin and fine piles are used for weaving kilim and high-class jajim
and excellent rug. Thick piles are utilized for more strength-required
woven such as rope, gunny sack, …