Our wool rugs are luxuriously soft underfoot and woven to last for generations. Choose this Persian Knot sample to feel the organic difference!
Our rugs ship directly from India to your home. For that reason, we are unable to accept returns. When you order this rug, you may request a sample to approve. Please write "sample" on the order, in the notes column. Should you wish to cancel the order after receiving the sample, we will refund the order*, less the cost of shipping (USD $50).
*Once the sample is returned within 15 days of receipt. Otherwise samples are $100 each, plus shipping.
1. Ordering a sample will delay receipt of your rug
2. Samples are not available for every rug in our collection
Handknotting rugs is an ancient art. Depending on the technique and size of the rug, a handknotted rug may take weeks, months, or even years to complete.
To begin making a rug, our master weavers make a foundation – called “the warp” – which consists of thick threads of cotton, wool, or silk which run through the length of the rug. Similar threads, which pass under and over the warp threads in the opposite direction, are called wefts.
Weaving usually begins from the bottom of the loom. Dyed wool or cotton is knotted in rows around the warp strands. As more knots are added to this foundation, they become the pile of the rug. Depending upon the fineness of the weave, the quality of the materials, and the expertise of the weavers, the knot count of a rug can range from sixteen to eight-hundred per square inch.
When a rug is completely knotted, the warp ends remain as the fringe. This fringe may be braided, tasseled, or secured in other ways - it may be visible or not.
All sale items + custom rugs are FINAL SALE. Please order a sample to check the color/style of the rug.
Every Organic Weave rug is certified free of illegal child labor by GoodWeave.
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