28×86 Green Hand Knotted Pure Wool Super Kazak Oriental Runner Rug R55627

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28×86 Green Hand Knotted Pure Wool Super Kazak Oriental Runner Rug R55627

THE YARN AND THE DYING PROCESS Unprocessed wool arrives at the hand spinning facility in large bales the wool is then cleaned by hand to remove sticks and to break up the clumps. The cleaned wool is spun into the yarns by using a traditional spinning wheel. Whether its wool silk or cotton it all starts with the material selection. The big piles of wool are hung onto a large rack and then submerged into the dye. The dye is heated to a near boiling temperature for a predetermined amount of time. Depending on the weather the dyed yarn is then set to be dried in the sunlight for one to three days. Pot dyeing and vegetable dyes natural are sometimes being used in this process. Before the yarn is dyed it is first washed. This process happens by submerging the wool into a detergent bath and then wrung out several times. The yarn is washed again in clean water to remove all remnants of detergent. More Details