Our rugs are handwoven and the entire process and technique involves over twenty pairs of extremely skilled hands. Our spinners, weavers and dyers have unsurpassed skill in working with each raw material. Creating each rug takes time, with each piece an example of exceptional craftsmanship.

There are many processes involved to create one of our rugs.

1. Processing

Yarn must first be processed from its natural raw state, to a condition suitable for weaving.

2. Carding

It is then ‘carded’ or combed and is then ready for spinning.

3. Dyeing

While most yarn today is dyed using man-made dyes, as late as the 1800’s weavers were using natural sources such as turmeric, madder, walnut and the rind and bark of some plants. These natural dyes fade over the years but with modern methods colours can now stand the test of time.

4. Weaving

Our weavers work on simple looms that consist of two wooden beams and some wooden pegs. This highly skilled traditional craft is untouched by time, the beauty of the weaving remains as it was hundreds of years ago.

5. Washing

The final stage is the washing of the rug. This is to clean the rugs but also to enhance the vivid colours. The rugs are then dried in the sun, the final stage in this labour of love.