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Hand-Woven Rugs: Crafting Excellence with Premium Material.  In the creation of our Hand-Woven Rugs, we meticulously select materials such as wool, cotton, pet, chindi, jute, and hemp for the warp. Our current catalog proudly features fine quality New Zealand Wool, Bikaner Wool, Jute, and cotton for exceptional durability and texture.

Weft Mastery with Cotton, Jute, and Hemp

For the weft, we harness the strength of Cotton, the texture of Jute, and the versatility of Hemp. We prioritize using 60 count (6 ply or 9 ply) cotton for its robustness, ensuring the longevity of our products.

Artistry and Adaptability

Our artisans, true masters of their craft, tailor the ply and count as per your unique requirements. This flexibility allows us to create diverse designs and developments using various dyeing techniques, ply, and counts in the latest trending colors.

Hand Woven Moroccon rug
Cotton Dhurrie

After weaving the rug is washed.  Some final touches are performed before packing.

Hand Woven are the simplest and most executive piece of art. The weaving is done laterally on the loom where the warp runs parallel to the ground. The artisans weft their way from one end to the other to draw the design as mapped.

At Aaban arts we aim for the best. With our years of experience and understanding of the art we are able to recognize and anticipate any challenges that occur during the course of the production cycle. We ensure that we provide the best solutions to our customers and provide  bullet proof information.


A tool used during the production to settle each Weft close to each other to strengthen and increase quality to the product.

A tool used in weaving, hand woven rug
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