Published at Saturday, October 13th 2018. by Imelda Zamora in Area Rugs.
Rugs southwest mostly in the hand, not a quality, but it's basically a southwestern style. A lot of the rugs like these that you see, are sold under fantastic or are sold in machine-made, so southwestern style is very, very popular like a New Mexico's New Mexico, California style, but they're normally sold in hand after door and machine made. They are not sold in hand-knotted because they get to tend to be a little bit more expensive compared to obviously machine made and hand tufted.
But this one that you see is a hand-knotted one, and this is made again, 100 % wool hand dyed handspun Network just so. Basically, this is had everything is the same hand span world New Zealand wool hand, knotted headstock, so the design so they're changing the yarn. The design literally is not just printed on here. It's actually different colored yarns make up the design itself. Yes, so that would be different again from the hand from the machine made one. It is gonna be different than the machine laid yeah machine, but I ain't do they? I yes, they do, but for-but made re and looked very much smoother right and then the back again.
The back you have to see it's not gonna, be like this. Your lack of a machine made or a hand. Tufted is gonna have a backing with the glue ends of a hybrid. Ah, yes, so this one, obviously it's not going to have, but this the quality is a 6-7 quality. So that means that they go intricate designs that you saw in your Toby, Ziegler's and stuff. They cannot be, I mean they can be done, but very intricate designs cannot be done so than for a southwestern style or designs.
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