Going to Press! Deadline September 30.
Give All Year Long as a Consumer Rug Guide/Calendar.
Order Now! “Woven Treasures 2020” Advertising Calendar!
Stock up and hand-out anytime with valuable Consumer Guides that customers keep.
Explore in detail, the colorful & informative wall calendar that speaks volumes about your thoughtfulness.
January 2020 ~ Mamluk Design
A hooked knife is used to both aid in tying the wool knots between the warp and weft threads as well as cutting off excess knotted fibers.
February 2020 ~ Abstract Design
Sheep raised in high mountain altitudes produce most desired wool used in hand-knotted rugmaking. New Zealand, Nepal and Tibet are the leaders.
April 2020 ~ Genji Design
(from top) Hand-dyeing wool is boiled in a primitive dye bath. After spinning wool, it is then balled in preparation for loom weaving.
May 2020 ~ Oushak Design
(from top) Hand carding combs and cleans wool in preparation for spinning. Working while chanting melodious mantras, weavers typically tie between 300-600 knots per square inch.
July 2020 ~ Contemporary Design
Rug designs are inspired from a variety of sources dating back to cavemen paintings. Scenes from nature, religious symbols, architecture as well as abstractions are employed extensively.
August 2020 ~ Memling Design
After the wool has been sheared from the sheep, carded, spun and dyed, the colorful balls of yarn are now ready for the loom.
October 2020 ~ Serapi Design
Balls of yarns are hung in a myriad of colors and strategically placed above the weavers for easy access. A variety of weaving hand tools can be seen on the workbench.
November 2020 ~ Contemporary Design
For uniformity of the many rows of loom strings and woven wool knots, a Tibetan weaver uses a wooden board repeatedly to adjust the proper tension between the materials.
Now give “Woven Treasures 2020” that includes these three Rug Guides which your customers will keep and refer to as a valuable source for their rug information.
- Art of Oriental Rug Making
- How & What to Look for when Selecting Your Oriental Rug
- How To Care for Your Oriental Rug (including Emergency Spill Advice)
Deadline to order: September 30, 2019.
Guides, work-in-progress, showed below.
Stock up! Hand-out anytime with valuable Consumer Guides that Customers keep.
Gift it to your showroom lookers/prospects, buyers, previous customers, local cleaners, furniture stores, shops, restaurants, all which may refer business to you. Also perfect for home shows, welcome wagons and more.
Customers who may not use a wall calendar will now accept this 2020 version as a resourceful guide and refer to it over the years.
The more you educate your customers, the more likely they are to choose you for their purchase.