The entire weaving work is carried out by hand with the traditional Nepalese – Tibetan knotting system on a vertical loom. It is a creative task, which is performed by three or four weavers according to the size of the rug. Rug weaving is done with the help of yarn balls, scissors, iron-rod, levers, comb beater, etc. The knot density of a Nepalese-Tibetan rug ranges from 40 to 125 knots as per square inch. However, the most common knot density of our rugs is 60 and 100 knots per square inch.