Rug in Weaving

Rug in Weaving

One of the oldest that people work on is weaving. When the development of weaving is examined, it will be seen that it has reached an artistic development. In this context, rugs and carpets continue their development as a branch of weaving art. Since the fibers obtained in the early stages were not long, they were not suitable for weaving and various studies were conducted due to this issue. Subsequent spinning of vegetable and animal fibers to each other has been a very important invention in terms of giving the possibility to make fabrics of the desired length and showed improvement on the development.


In parallel with the development of weaving, rugs have developed many shapes and patterns. These shapes and patterns have brought vitality to rug. Even applications where geometric and herbal patterns are predominantly applied have emerged. There has been a variety of formal developments since the date of the rug in all weaving. In this respect, rugs have taken various names according to weaving techniques.


Today, weavings are named according to the places where they are used; rugs, prayer rugs, divan pillows, floor paintings, load cover is named with names such as. Plain weaves have specific properties. The material of flat weaving is wool. Wools of various colors are used as pure without dyeing.


Today, synthetic dyes are used for weaving. However, it is seen that natural materials and plants are used as paint as a brief look at the past. Black, red, brown, green and white colors are applied as paint. Technically it is also seen that there are weaves as one or two coats. In addition, in the prayer rugs, the edge waters were decorated with stylized tulip, carnation and tree of life motifs and almost brought about a vitality. In this kind of products and materials, there are also examples of writing.


Among the outstanding products of the art of weaving, which is an important branch of the culture and art of humanity and which is one of the first art products, rugs are almost as old as the history of mankind.

It is a fact that is accepted by the world of science from Central Asia to Europe. This is a group of weaving examples that reveal the fact that the centuries before Christ from Asia and Anatolia, the people who settled in the fabric produced by the tribes. In addition to reflecting various properties in terms of technique, material and design, textiles also carry traditional features.