Flatweave rugs, commonly called dhurries, are made by the artisan using the loom to weave a series of vertical threads (warp) of a given yarn with a series of horizontal threads (weft). This technique is characterised by its lack of “pile” and backing. Expert manual skill is necessary for this traditional weaving method which allows the weaver to produce flat rugs with detailed patterns.

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