Mari Holzer. Rugs. November 24th , 2017.
Shedding is a very common problem associated with wool rugs. Let's take a look at some ways by which this unwanted shedding can be minimized.
Though we are dealing with methods of dyeing a carpet, the same methods are applicable for rug dyeing as well. The only thing to be kept in mind while dyeing is, the type of fabric out of which the rug or the carpet is made. The dyeing method is broadly divided into two types, which are pre-dyeing and post-dyeing and they are further divided into a few sub types.
Tufting is a technique of creating carpets, or multi-needle looms using machines which are directed by computers, to create various styles and patterns of carpet using synthetic yarns. Tufts are basically yarn fibers, either of natural fabric or synthetic base. Hundreds of needles stitch a number of rows of carpet yarn tufts through a backing fabric called the primary backing. The needles push the yarn through a primary backing fabric, where a loop holds the yarn in place to form a tuft as the needle is removed. These tufts project from the surface of the base, and may be loops, as in a Berber carpet, or the loops are cut using blades to create a cut pile carpet. The tufted carpet has a reputation of being sturdy and durable for a long time.
After the rug is woven, it is the time to wash it. Washing is done to remove the dirt and yarn particles.
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