2. Sunshine. A natural ingredient.
Once the color is perfect, it’s off to the “charkha”, a manual spinning wheel, and then the sun gets to work and dries and sets the yarn. At the same time, the stencils get started. The design of the rug is traced and hand-drawn and then perforated manually with needles to prep the stencil for tufting.
3. Tuft. Tuft. Tuft. Repeat.
'Tufting' is an ancient method of creating rugs & garments wherein strips of cloths, threads or yarns are pushed through a base material. Artisans use a tufting gun to help them guide the yarn into the design. It takes a skilled artisan over 3 days to finish one 8’ x 10’ rug.
5. Quality Check
The rugs are reviewed and have a final cleaning before its ready to ship. A Sheering machine is used to pick up the loose unwanted threads and particles of yarn and edges are perfected. The rug is sent for labeling, packing and it’s off!Shop All Rugs