Our products are handmade from start to finish. This means that individual care is given during the various stages of carpet production. These steps include concepts & designing, choosing colors & materials, pot dyeing, weaving, washing, stretching, and finally giving the last touches to the carpet.

Our base material for carpet production is the resilient Tibetan sheep wool. We hand sort raw wool, select long fiber, and gently hand wash them in small batches to maintain the lanolin content.

Hand-Spun Yarn

We always use pure natural materials which are hand-spun. This is a really important aspect of carpets from Nepal.
The other key materials are hand-spun wild nettle and hemp yarns from Nepal’s western mountain communities run by Magar women groups.
Our close attention to details and the use of the ancient and superior Tibetan knot techniques, result to robust floor coverings which can be passed from generation to generation.

Hand Knotting of Traditional Designs

We regularly use silk yarns from China and India of various counts. Linen is a popular choice too. These yarns adds sheen and a smooth texture to the carpet surface. Additionally and as per customer order, we also use cashmere, pashmina, mohair, and related special yarns. Our designer clients take a lot of interest in playing with the various Tibetan knotting techniques and materials and this has resulted to award winning flooring products in the international fairs.

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