They are multicolored and generally pastoral patterned carpets produced by semi-nomadic Turkmen. The harmony of colors is dazzling and they match with the clothes of Turkmen women. The use of intermediate tones between color transitions is one of its characteristic features, and the intermediate tones used in 4×4: 16 or 5×5: 25 / cm2 color transitions are obtained in one batch by changing the amount of dye or stabilizer used in the dyeing process and sometimes the dyeing time during the process. They contain knots. This knot density requires a thread thickness that is very difficult to obtain for hand-twisted pure wool. It is unique. It has become one of the most preferred carpets in recent years due to the fact that its traditional patterns can be used easily in modern spaces, and consequently, limited production started to rise rapidly with workshops established to meet the increasing demand.