Course Weaving (Jajim Baffi(

Many years ago Jajim was called Jajom. The local term for it is said to be the oldest woven and one of the most prolific jobs of women and was very important in Southern Khorasan. Hand woven rugs with a dim view like Palas and Course with designs of coloured strips of coloured yarns of fine wool or cotton or a combination of the two were woven.

Jajim is simple traditional knitting on a roll of 18 to 35cms width and at a length of 8 to 12 meters and sometimes 20 meters, depending on the size and dimensions of the workshop environment. The Jajim weaving area is basic and consists of goleh, metal pegs, wooden tripods, Navar Pey Dameh, Shamshirak, Kharak band, bobbin and shuttle.
Jajim is to achieve the fabric desired width by sewing the thin woven strips together along the sides of the longitudinal to get the final result. Jajim in the region of Southern Khorasan has an unlawful scheme with more simple geometric designs and colors of green, yellow, red, white, and purple being used. Jajim addition to the mat as: Roo-poshti, Roo-Korsi, Prayer, Bags, Cushions, etc., are used. Now at the Ghayen City Center Village Room is one of the major areas of hand- woven materials in the County of Southern Khorasan but they are made in townships like Birjand, Sarbisheh, Nehbandan and Sarayan.

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