At first, artisans carve the patterns by hand on teak wooden blocks. The patterns are designed by our in house design team that tries to keep up with the latest trends and also incorporate timeless classics in our design portfolio. After the wooden block is made, the patterns are printed on a plain white handwoven cotton rug using a clay paste. Afterwards, the clay is left to dry and once it does, the rug is dipped in a tank of Indigo Dye and then left to dry again. Then, the clay is scraped from the rug and this results in amazing patterns on the rug!
This art is called Dabu Printing.