Sennehs are hand knotted on a vertical loom and use cotton in the warp. The warp threads are fine and are tightly spun. In spite of the common use of the term Senneh knot to indicate the Persian knot, it is, in fact, the Turkish knot that is used in Senneh carpets. The number of knots per square inch is medium to high, sometimes reaching up to 500. Kelims are also made in the same designs.
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