This bag face has the common closure system found in southwest
Persian bags (slits and loops) and a typical decorated panel executed in different weaving
techniques, with 7 slits.
From top to bottom, we
1/ a 2 cm expanded plain weave border of barber pole
wool strands is plied and sewn to the back.
2/ a small border of 1.5 cm executed in Soumak weaves.
3/ a 3 cm border woven with complementary weft weave in
a pointed twill pattern. Colors change after each slit.
4/ a second minor border similar to the first one in
From bottom to top :First three rows (white, blue and
red and white yarns) in soumak weaving in a two-one sequence. The white row is countered.
Then small S motifs are drawn in soumak followed by
three other rows (white, blue, red) with a two-one sequence.