About the Antique Rugs of the Future Project
Sheep Breeds of Azerbaijan
Shearing, Sorting, Washing, Carding, Spinning
"The advantages of handspun yarn to machine spun yarn"
Rediscovery of Ancient Natural Dyes
Our Natural Dyestuffs
Difference between synthetically and naturally dyed rugs
Weaving and Finishing Steps
Galleries of ARFP Caucasian Azerbaijani Rugs
Caucasian Karabagh Shadda Decoration Flatweave
Design: This type of flatweaves with camel motives are called Shadda. Sometimes mistakenly named as verneh (verni). Shaddas were woven mainly in Karabagh Region, more specifically in Lambaran village of Barda district, Azerbaijan. Jabrail, Qubadli, Lachin and Kalbajar were also other shadda weaving centers.
Antique shaddas were usually woven in two
widths and sewn together along one edge. Two colors, red and blue are
used for warps. The camel figures are woven in sumakh method (extra-weft
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