In our last post, I shared a "before" picture of a recent repair we did on a Nepalese hand knotted rug. To repair the hole, we built a warp and weft (pictured below) on which to knot the missing pile.
Below is a picture of the area after our repair.
As always, our goal was to make the repaired area blend into the original weaving. For a rug such as this one, in which there are no bright colors and dynamic patterns, it is particularly challenging to make the repair disappear, but perhaps even more important. --www.traditionalrugrepair.com