Afghanistan has an old tradition of rug knotting. Variety of rugs come from this region such as Chobi, Baluchi, Kazak, Kilim, Heriz, Kashan, etc. These rugs carry the highest value for every penny spent. They are traditionally hand-woven. Afghanistan is the only country that uses hundred percent vegetable dyes.
An Afghan carpet is a sort of handwoven floor-covering rug generally made in Afghanistan. A large number of Afghan rugs are woven by Afghan refugees who dwell in Pakistan. Shop the Afghan rug collection at Carpet Culture.