Traditional fabrics The textile industry in Iran is called Sher weaving. The various kinds of traditional Sher weaving are: weaving, knitting, embroidery, knitted or crocheted, velvet weaving, Termeh weaving, Ikat and Shal weaving.
Complete set of Termeh seven C (Haft-seen) table, Yazd, Ardakan
Childish vests, Chaharmahal and Bakhtiari, Dezak
Turkmen dress (Chowood), Golestan, Kavos dome
Turkmen Children's Clothing, Golestan, Gonbad Kavos
Termeh Manteu, Diba design, Yazd
Until now, Giveh has been produced in various regions of Iran, depending on the weather conditions, in different ways, and has always been used by villagers and tribes. Giveh (Klash), produced in the province of Kurdistan, is made from cotton cloth attached and compressed by the cattle stream, resulting in a completely ergonomic product. This means that the cloth floor will absorb moisture as soon as it is used and adjust the Giveh (Kalsh) to the bottom of the foot.
Ajideh Giveh, Arak
Female Giveh, Ilam