People have been making handmade rugs using an age-old process that has remained virtually unchanged to this day. The process has been passed from one generation to another and used by draftsmen, dyers, and weavers alike. The traditional techniques involved with the process are what define the durability and explicitness of our rugs.
The time-consuming and meticulous process is necessary because of all the detail involved, whether we are making an abstract, modern, floral, or conventional rug. Some people are just as captivated by the production work that goes into making these rugs as they are by looking at the final product.