The carpets we manufacture are knotted handmade rugs woven mostly by the womenfolk of the regions.
The first step in carpet making is to have a pattern or a design. Master weavers do not need a pattern outline, but retain the pattern in their memories. The second step involves the choice of material. Materials used differ according to type and region. The material of a carpet may be wool, pure silk, floss silk, or cotton. The pure silk of Turkish carpets is produced from the cocoons grown in Bursa, one of the few silk centers of the world. Silk carpets are ideal ornaments, and may be used as tapestry, wall hangings, and for other decorative purposes.
The material most commonly used is sheep’s wool. The Anatolian plateaus are excellent grazing land for sheep and good grazing land determines the sheen and strength of the wool.