Handwoven Wool Rugs in Contemporary, Native American, and Southwest designs
Our Zapotec rugs are made in the village of Teotitlan del Valle. The Zapotec people raise the sheep, shear and card the wool, spin the yarn, dye the yarn, and weave the rug.
Our contemporary and southwestern rugs are handwoven using a 100% wool weft with a 100% cotton warp (skeleton) Everything that you touch is 100% wool. All weaving is done by skilled adult weavers in their own homes in India. Design work is done in Tucson, Arizona and in India. These rugs, if given proper care, will last for generations. Our handwoven rugs are done in limited quantities and are not mass produced. Each rug is an individual work of art.