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Design Your Own Carpet

Alternatively we would like to inspire you to design your own carpet. You would design it and choose the colors and then weave, thereby creating a work of art that could become a family heirloom. Have you ever received a carpet designed by your grandmother or grandfather, your father or mother, your grandson or granddaughter or for that matter anyone you love? Do you ever have problems selecting a gift for someone you love, because you want something that speaks from the heart that makes a unique and personal statement of your affections and respect? Design Your Own Carpet.

Encourage your child’s creativity and have something tangible and lasting from their childhood. Have one of their drawings made into carpet. We include examples here on our website of carpet creations by the children of our clients.

The traditional Himalayan Nepali design of carpet follows one of the most ancient and exotic crafts from northern Nepal. This skill was developed in the 7th century by east Turkistan, Mongolian, Chinese and Tibetan nomads, which were modified by Nepalese, with the inspiration of western designers for the developed modern society of world. It provides a wide range of design and color combinations, maintaining their fine appearance. Every single motif has special traditional meaning and significance.

Nepali carpet weaving, keeping with centuries of tradition and well-wrought skills, utilizes a simple vertical loom. While weaving, a row of pile yarns are knotted to the wrap yarns firstly. Next two weft yarns are woven through the wrap. The knots and weft yarns are then packed down tightly on previously woven rows with a comb like device. After knotting several rows, ends of pile yarns are cut to create and even rug surface. The knotting process is then repeated. The knot density of a Nepalese carpet ranges from 64, 80, 100, 225 knots per square inch.

Every Nepali carpet is crafted to the highest standard using top quality pure Nepali materials like Cotton, Hemp, Silk, Stinging Nettle, Jute, and Tibetan, New Zealand Wool. 

The Proportion of materials are used as per demand by buyers/customer’s satisfaction.

These designs and colors combined with the feel and look of natural fibers create an esthetic that feeds both the mind and spirit