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Initiation into the World of Bunyaad Rugs

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Rug Event in Pasadena, CA

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Rug Event in Austin, TX

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Welcome to a special tour of Bunyaad Rugs in their new homes. View for yourself how a fairly traded rug will reflect the identity and taste of your home. From powder room to living room a Bunyaad Rug will fit right in.

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Explore Rug Production

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How many steps does it take to make a hand-knotted Oriental Rug? Come along on the journey of rug production to explore how the artisans expertly use wool, graphs, dyes and more to create stunning Bunyaad rugs.

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Taking the Loom with Her, Sabah trains more Women

artisan-sabah-dhabliwala-04In our digital world many of us can easily work while on the road or move cross country and still be able to do our job. Working on a heavy duty loom doesn’t seem to provide you that flexibility. Or does it?

Sabah grew up in Lohan (called Halwan by the locals), a remote village in the Narrowal District of Punjab province in Pakistan. She watched her father knot Persian rugs while she was in school and after graduation joined him at the loom learning this intricate skill.

When Sabah got married and moved to the small village Dhabli Wala, she requested her own loom. Bunyaad made the move with her even though there were no other Bunyaad artisans in this village prior to Sabah. With a loom set up in her new home, Sabah is able to contribute to the family income since her husband works as a laborer and work is not always consistent.

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