of Khorasan have an important share in sofreh weaving. They have woven
many Ardi sofrehs, as well as dining sofreh. The former type, like
other tribes weaving, is square with 1x1 sq. m. dimension, but their
dining sofreh are woven in much divergent sizes, some very small and
some are medium size. No long sofreh is found in their works.
of Baluch sofreh are flat weave. In some of these sofrehs, other
weaving methods, such as weft wrapped is used.
parts, like margin and some of middle motives, are pile woven and the
latter group is much interesting. Ground of Baluch sofreh is
soil-colored, woven of camel wool with fine and ornamented margin.
of adjacent Baluch of Khorasan, like Kurd and Afshar in sofreh weaving
of this tribe is obvious.