Flatwoven rugs, or "flatweaves," comprise numerous types of rugs with names such as Aubusson, Berber, dhurrie, drugget, killim (kilinn or kelim), Navajo, rag rug, soumak, and Zapotec. These rugs are usually hand-woven in a tapestry-like construction, and have a flat surface without a distinctive raised pile. Many flatwoven rugs are reversible. Currently, the most popular flatweave types are the dhurries with cotton or wool face yarns, killims with wool face yarns, and rag rugs made of cotton or polyester fabric scraps. Dhurries traditionally are woven in India and Afghanistan; killims usually are woven in Turkey, but also are produced in other countries; and rag rugs are woven in many countries, including the United States.
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