It is a pile-faced weaving that is woven by tying the wool, silk, floss threads to each pair of warp skeleton, which is formed by the arrangement of cotton, bristle, silk, wool yarns side by side, to the length of the carpet, using different techniques, and compressing the weft yarn with kirkit. The number of wefts in carpet manufacturing is two or three. It is generally seen to use two scarves in Turkey. After a few rows of weaving, the loops are cut at the desired height with carpet scissors. In recent years, carpets cut with embossed pile according to the pattern have also been seen. Beam, cover, pillow, etc. It is used as.
Two types of knots are generally seen in carpet weaving.:
Turkish Node (Node Gordes - Dual Node - Closed Up City): the name used in the field because of Manisa Gordes accident, are used in weaving carpets in Turkey, in the world of literature and history as the Turkish knot. Two types are seen in this node. In the form of the knot used in Central Anatolia, the yarn is the knot tied by winding the warp pair first, then the back wire. The same procedure is applied in reverse in the node used in Western Anatolia. This change does not affect the quality of the carpet, only the pile cut of the carpets woven in Western Anatolia is easier.
Iranian Knot (Cine Knot - Single Knot - Open Loop): It is known as the Sine Knot, named after a region in Western Iran. In this knot, the yarn is tied only to the wire in front of the warp pair, it is passed behind the other warp and pulled down and tightened. Two weft threads are also used in Iranian knotted carpets: Usak, Konya, Bergama (Yağcıbedir), Hereke, Gördes, Kula, Ladik, Sivas, Milas, Antalya (Underfloor), Fethiye, Kırşehir, Niğde, Kayseri, Isparta color, motif, quality It is one of the important carpet production centers.