Carpets are the fine example of sheer hard work, as it requires a lot of toil in making intricate and close-knit designs. Basically woven in wool, the work done on them reflects true royalty and classiness. For this form of art, Jammu and Kashmir is one of the favorite hunts.
Indian handloom carpets are very much attractive as they are made with the use of real raw materials. Handloom carpets are actually hand knotted carpets that come up invariably in three different styles. Traditionally woven on the wooden loom with a mounted warp on it, where cotton is the most common fiber used as warp.
Even silk warps are used but cotton is preferred. The primary reason is its low cost and easy availability.It is an alteration of knots and wefts where the knots are wrapped around the warps. In the horizontal movement of lines, the weaving process is conducted.
Also indian handloom woolen carpets are very much inexpensive and highly demanded in the all over the world. The woolen and silk handloom carpets are woven in a special technique.