1-In the summer, the flock of sheep is sheared of its winter wool. 2-The wool is cleaned, rinsed and beat against the rocks to cleanse it of a year’s worth of wear; then kept drying in the sun. 3-Our women weavers spin the wool into long strings of yarn using their own hands, shins, and wooden dowels. 4-the yarn is either left as natural or dyed using natural pigments and then returned to the shop where it is strung onto looms. 5- The long process of weaving a design starts. Each woman works on a rug from start to finish. This can take well over a month of tying knots. 6- The finished rugs are then cleaned with water, scrubbed clean, and let to dry under the sun.