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Lazy Lines

 
Excellent explanation of discontinuous weaving, specifically lazy lines, in an old weaving explained by Richard of RugMasters of Durango.  
 
You don't see this too often in rugs anymore, and when you can identify it, it's usually from the back of the rug than from the front. Richard did an excellent job of explaining what this is, as it's not necessarily a defect, it's just the nature of hand looming a rug, although some importers are very strict with their quality guidelines may consider it to be a seconds good. However, there are also importers who specifically request imperfections be woven into the rug such as this.


 

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