Hand Knotted – Handmade carpet | Weaving hands

0 reviews Add a review

This Red/Blue Hand knotted Area Rug made in India, brings together a curated array of patterns drawn from Persian oriental styles. This mixed palette jewel tone is accented by neutral colors for a rug that’s easy to match with any decor. Extremely durable and very easy to clean, made to last for years.


If you want to bring a sense of timeless style to your home, you can’t do much better than a hand-knotted rug. Hand-knotted rugs are carefully and individually crafted by the hands of skilled rug makers using techniques that have been passed down for hundreds of years. A hand-knotted rug will bring an inspired, dignified feeling into your home, breathing life into any room.

Every hand-knotted rug has a touch of sacredness to it because each hand-knotted rug is made by a skilled weaver who spends months tying every single knot to form beautiful patterns. These rugs are not only sacred because of the care that goes into each one but because of the time needed to make them. These hand tufted wool rugs made in india can take anywhere from 30 days to 8 years to complete. If you want to bring something really special and one-of-a-kind into your home, a hand-knotted rug is a perfect choice.

There is a difference between a hand woven and the hand knotted. Every knotted carpet is handmade, but not every handmade rug is a knotted area rug. The hand made rugs include braiding, tufting, and hooking, etc. From all of them, hand knotting and braiding are the most common.

Hand knotted in india Rugs are the ‘Crème de la crème’ of the carpet world. It is a premium collection of rugs created by intricately woven fibers of the most exceptional quality wool & silk.Thousands of knots tied one over the other by our experienced weavers to create brilliant designs. Hand knotted area rugs are an investment that turns into precious heirlooms with time.

Among types of Indian rugs, hand knotting is noted to be the oldest technique of carpet weaving in India and is still used to make carpets. It requires artisan’s skills and time to produce a high-quality rug.

The knot density can indicate the quality of the carpet. You can tell the quality of these carpets by reading the number of knots in each square inches from the backside of the rug.


There are no reviews yet.

Be the first to review “Hand Knotted – Handmade carpet | Weaving hands”