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Fair Trade Rugs

Artisans create Pakistani rugs for Ten Thousand Villages stores.

Chobi naturally dyed rug (4’11” x 7’5”): $2,495
A Ten Thousand Villages naturally dyed Chobi rug. Chobi is Farsi for “color like wood.” (4’8” x 5’10”: $1,850)
The dyes for Chobi tribal rugs are made from hand-gathered fruits, vegetables, roots and barks. (5’ x 6’8”: $2,275)
Kazak-style rugs are known for their blues, rosy reds and ivories. This one uses commercially produced natural dyes such as indigo and cochineal. (3’10” x 5’8”: $950)
Shairwan rugs such as this one are typically intricate, bright, geometric pieces made with 70 to 100 percent natural dye. (3’11” x 5’4”: $1,775)
This Chobi natural-dye rug was knotted by an artisan in a village near Peshawar, in the border region of Pakistan and Afghanistan. (4’11” x 6’10”: $2,295)

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