Woven by tribal nomads, the Barjasta Kilims have a unique appeal especially because they are able to incorporate the 3 distinct weaves into one. Many Barjasta Kilims are a combinatioon of a flat weave, a sumak weft wrapping as well as a carpet pile. The use of natural dyes and the predominance of red, blues and blacks make these kilims distinct. Since the looms used to weave these were portable, most barjasta kilims are narrow and long. Even though they are more recent, the play of rectilinear and geometric patterns coupled with the use of natural fibre bring forth a charm that is sustainable and durable.