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A little about vintage kilim pillows weaving method: It is a type of weave consisting of transversal weft threads extending from a front one back through the double row of warp threads along the weave, and the warp threads are completely covered by the wefts. In certain areas of rugs where patterns are found, a colored weft goes from one under the warp, one over the other to the next in the sequence, and then returns from there. Thus, the woofers in separate colors can be moved between their warp fields, come to create motifs. Patterns can be worn in the chapter section according to the fabric's request. As we go up it is necessary to move along with other color spaces immediately next to the expanding pattern areas. When the weft yarns are discarded, they are left a little abundant and then compressed with dirt. So the weft yarns wrap around the wares and hide. If the wastes are thrown very tightly, the woofers will be hidden among the warpers and a "warp-faced" textile weave will form.
Vintage kilim rug weaving has since a long time ago stopped in Turkey. Turkish plans have even groups of various hues with three precious stone molded serrated insignias consolidated to frame the principle design, regularly loaded with star themes, which additionally enliven different territories of the rugs. These complicated outlines are regularly featured with white cotton for extra impact. Outskirts are thin with equal outlines or rehashed themes, and the edges can be plated or tied. The shading is ordinarily dim, frequently with a prevalence of red. Both vast rectangular carpets and little tapestries are developed in opening weave from finely spun fleece.