Patterns

For many years village women have communicated with their environment by rug weaving and using motifs as a symbolic language. In this section we are displaying details from our rugs which we thought may inspire many weavers and knitters in their designs. You may also benefit from our ‘Anatolian Motifs’ pages where you can see many traditional motifs with their meanings: www.kilim.com/kilim-wiki/kilim-motifs
Anatolian Runner Detail
Anatolian Runner Detail
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Anatolian Kilim Detail
Anatolian Kilim Detail
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Anatolian Kilim Detail
Anatolian Kilim Detail
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Fethiye Kilim Detail
Fethiye Kilim Detail
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Sivas Palaz Detail
Sivas Palaz Detail
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Uzbek Kilim Detail
Uzbek Kilim Detail
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Konya Kilim Detail
Konya Kilim Detail
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Malatya Kilim Detail
Malatya Kilim Detail
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Anatolian Kilim Detail
Anatolian Kilim Detail
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Konya Kilim Detail
Konya Kilim Detail
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Anatolian Kilim Detail
Anatolian Kilim Detail
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Antalya Kilim Detail
Antalya Kilim Detail
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Konya Kilim Detail
Konya Kilim Detail
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Malatya Kilim Detail
Malatya Kilim Detail
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Kuba Kilim Detail
Kuba Kilim Detail
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Anatolian Pillow Detail
Anatolian Pillow Detail
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Sharkoy Kilim Detail
Sharkoy Kilim Detail
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Sivas Kilim Detail
Sivas Kilim Detail
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