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    Buldan Cloth;


    It is a fabric made of very fine yarn, with sweat absorbing feature, also called "crepe" or "twisted cloth". It is made of wool, linen, cotton or silk thread. However, due to the cost, the production of silk yarn is less than the others, and mostly pure or fabricated cotton yarn is used.


    Şile cloth;


    Number 20, also called lithe yarn or English quill, is a unique cloth woven with twisted cotton yarn on wooden handlooms. This fabric is a type of weave also called "cress". "Crepe" The word is used in the sense of weaving produced using multi-twisted yarns in weaving.


    Ayancik weavings;


    Not only with the name of the region, but also because the weaving is made with flax, it is called Ayancık flax.


    Snap weaving;


    It is woven from weaving weaves in the rag foot technique. It is the oldest and most used, robust and small-reported weaving weave. Weaving is created by passing the weft threads from one bottom to the other between the warp threads. If the pattern is obtained with horizontal threads (weft), weft; If it is obtained with vertical threads (warp), it is called warp-faced weaving. 


    Dastar silk weaving


    it is woven on whip looms. While weaving on the whip loom, the weaver sits in the middle of the sitting board. When the weaver is seated, he must be in a position where he can immediately reach out and pick up the bobbins previously wound with the weft threads. One of the weft bobbins is attached to the shuttle. The tip of the weft is pulled out of the hole of the shuttle bead and entangled in one of the warp threads from the edge. Warp tension is provided by turning the warp beam on which the warp threads passed to the fabric beam (sermin) on the front part and on which the woven fabric is wrapped in rolls are wrapped. 


    Ehram woven fabric


    Woven from wool, embroidered outer garment, it is a women's oversized coverlet that goes down from head to toe and is draped over the face with the help of hands, leaving the eyes open. This cover, which was used by old women in the past, has started to be stopped because it is not used today, but since it is a healthy fabric type in terms of use, it has been adapted to the present and started to be evaluated in the production of new designs.


    Kastamonu Bed Linen Woven Fabric


    Underwear, undershirts (shirts), dresses, curtains, upholstery, bed linens, table and cushion covers, cedar shawls and thick cloths are woven from linen. Weavings such as underwear, shirts, tablecloths, napkins, bed linens, saddlebags, sacks and sackcloth are woven from hemp. Curtains, bedspreads, waist belts, blouses, table and coffee table covers are woven from silk.


    Kesan cloth weaving


    In general, it is woven in the form of arranging 6 mihrabs on the left and right sides and creating a motif according to the color feature of the warp threads inside. In Keşan weavings, the warp density is adjusted according to the reed used. In general, 12 threads pass through a 24 cm comb. Weft density can be 12-16 pieces. The width of the weaving is 45-50- 90-100- 110 cm, and the length is 170- 200 (classical Keşan) cm. Keşan's size can vary according to demand. There are weavings up to 1350 meters in length. In old weavings, the warp length did not exceed 500-600 meters. Because the possibilities are limited since it is made by hand and in the home environment, this weaving was generally used as a headscarf in the Black Sea region.


    Manisa Cloth Fabric Weaving


    The basic material of Manisa Cloth is cotton thread. Twisted cotton thread is used as weft thread. In warps, 8 or 10 strands of cotton thread, 8 or 10 strands of floss-silk thread are used. Manisa cloth weaving consists of 50% cotton and 50% flush thread. Cloth foot consists of knitting texture. When the woven cloth is washed, the part woven from the cotton thread pulls itself out, the part woven from the flush releases itself. Therefore, it is similar in appearance to crepe fabrics. 


    Ödemiş Silk Fabric Weaving 


     Fabric is the covering surfaces formed by the threads by combining them with various methods. It is obtained from materials such as cotton, wool, silk, linen, etc. The fabric is formed by passing the threads, which are perpendicular and parallel to each other, under each other. Silk weavings, especially drapery and tablecloths, are made intensively in Ödemiş district. These products, in which hand labor is used intensively, are sold to high-income buyers through many luxury stores.


    Antep Kutnu Fabric


    Antep Kutnu Fabric is a kind of atlas fabric that is produced and used in Gaziantep for centuries, usually woven with warp satin or plain weave, consisting of longitudinal striped patterns. The warp is fine silk, the weft is cotton and silk mixed, mostly a road fabric. Over time, the warp is rayon (flush) yarn, the weft is cotton yarn started to be used


    Rize Cloth (Feretiko) Weaving


    If the warp thread is cotton and the weft thread is hemp, the fabric surface formation is called Feretiko Rize Cloth. This fabric is a type of weaving that uses local materials from beginning to end and is made by hand. Weaving, which has a deep-rooted history in the tradition of Turkish handicrafts, is trying to survive today, and has been and continues to be a source of livelihood in most regions. In addition to preserving traditional features, it is of great importance in terms of keeping this rooted local handicraft alive and developing with new product designs.



    Posted by %AM, 25% 366%2018 10%:%Jul in Weaving

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