a combination of camel and sheep wool, natural dyes, handwoven
For those who like minimalism. Camel Gajari is handmade woolen kilim called “Dastarkhan”. It is flat woven in a tapestry weave technique by Kochi tribe in Shulgara district of Balkh Province in Afghanistan. This unique piece is woven on family loom using mixture of camel and sheep wool, stiched into strips. Dastarkhan is the symbol of hospitality often used as meal rugs typically spread out on the ground for placing the various dishes of a communal meal, as tablecloth or as row material for decoration of furniture or cushion cover.