Do you have a Persian rug that needs reweaving?
December 24, 2018
Behnam Rugs explains that Persian rug weaving and Oriental rug reweaving are interchangeable terms that essentially mean the same thing. Persian rug weaving is a process of creating a textile by interlacing threads. The initial rug weaving is done on a loom, a frame like piece of equipment that holds two types of threads.
- Warp threads run vertically, and are attached to the loom frame and held in tension.
- Weft threads run horizontally and are interlaced with warp threads.
Depending on what type of rug it is, the warps can either be natural silk, cotton, or wool. The wefts also can be natural silk, cotton, or wool. In that case the rug is a “silk on silk rug”, or “silk on wool rug”, or “wool on silk rug” or “silk on wool rug” or “cotton on wool”, or “wool on cotton”, or “cotton on silk”, and rarely, cotton on cotton.
However, Persian rug weaving is more like a Persian rug repair. The Warps and Wefts will be repaired by an expert rug weaver. Behnam Rugs has been a go-to design resource since 1978. We provide Persian rug cleaning, Oriental rug repair, Oriental rug restoration, hand wash silk rugs, Persian rug repair, Persian rug reweaving, Persian fine silk rug repairs, rug restoration, rug stain removal, enzyme wash for pet owners, rug delivery, and rug installation services. If you have any questions, please call us at (972) 733-0400. If you are interested in our Rug Care Essential tips, please visit our page: