Fars including :


In the Abadeh city and its surroundings carpet-weaving is very prevalent. Majority of Abadeh carpets are woven in the style of broken branch with such designs as Ilyati, pot, Zelesultani, striped and floral designs. Abadeh weavers weave their carpets in all sizes from small rugs known as cushin (Poshti), side carpet and doormat to Zaronim and wide prayer carpets and 6 m2 and short and long side carpets.




Ilat Khamsseh
Rugs of this region are one-wefted, with different knots and woolen wrap and wefts, amongst which tapestries of Asseri and Arab tribes due to their interesting designs and use of lustrous wool are the best ones.






History of carpet-weaving in this city goes back to the third century Hegira. Nowadays however, this is a place for trading carpet and goods needed by tribes.






This is one of the biggest tribes of  Fars. In this region, like other such regions the carpets are woven on horizontal looms and without design. Qashqaies are weavers of Fars milk-hued “Gabehs” (long-wefted pileless carpets).




Mamassani and Lor tribes
Carpet weaving is not much prevalent amongst these tribes. Some of the Lor tribes in the city of Behbahan and its villages, influenced by their traditions of weaving, weave long-piled carpets.




Nayriz : Estahbanat
Nayriz carpets are woven employing Turkish knots. The piles of such carpets are fine however, the carpet is considerably compacted. The weavers of this region often weave drapery-sized carpets.




South regions of Bakhtiyari and northern regions of Fars are settlements and dewelling places of a tribe of Lors called Yalmeh who weave carpets in geometrical styles and quite different from Bakhtiyari tapestries. Wrap and weft of such carpets are of wool and they are presented in cushin sized to 9 m2 sizes. Weaving side-carpets is also prevent among these tribes.