Rugs are being woven in some 500 villages out of a total of 800 villages. In these rugs ancient patterns are forgotten from the middle era.

Today only patterns like Toranj-Toranj, three Toranj, three Toranj-half Toranj, intertwined three Toranj, and all repeated patterns such as frames, flower pots, portraits, prayer rugs, sugar flowers, Dah Mardeh, Black Work exist. From the above list the most prevailing are last three patterns. Other patterns such as Chapap Ashtar, Madadkhani, and hunting fields could also be found. Other specifications of modern Systan rugs are:

1. Thread strings: cotton
2. Weft : Wool, cotton (double-weft)
3. Fluff: Local wool and wool from Khorasan wool factories
4. Color: Chemical dyes
5. Knot: Persian knots and maximum 2000 knots in 30 square decimeters
6. Kilimak: Narrow and rarely colorful
7. Lavar: Goat's hair

48x78 cm, Poshti (about 1940)

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