Repairing the ripped or torn Birjand Mood rugs

Sewing  the warps to gether  is not used in this method, but the warps are woven in new warps by knots and it is woven row by row by using old wool and yarns which are prepared from old Kilims. The wefts and yarns are passed through the warps from left to right and vise versa. By using this method, there will not be remained any trace of the repairing. Using old yarns and applying cutoff yarns and wefts weaving method with new yarns make improving repair in high level.This method needs more time for repairing, but the quality is remarkable and recognizing the repaired parts is very difficult.

Explanation about Birjand Mood rug:

Birjand is a city located in the southern part of Khorasan and its distance from Tehran is 1309 kilometers and 1465 meters above the sea level.

The art and industry of rugs  in Birjand, especially in Mood and Drakhsh regions, has an old history. Designs and layouts are prepared and woven by native artists. The rugs of this area are very fine and nice with high number of rows and in crimson, cream and orange colors. The Birjand’s designs are often Reez Mahi (tinny fish), Boteh Jegheh and the vertical patterns of Lachak and Toranj.

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