Rug and carpet designs

Rugs and carpets woven by tribe's and villages are usually woven from traditional designs that are entrenched in memory, but for the much finer Persian city weaves the designs are first drawn and later painted onto graph paper. These are known as cartoons or naghsheh in Persian. Each square of the graph paper represents one knot of the rug or carpet.
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