Handmade and machine made rugs may look the same to someone without much experience with them, but after reading this blog post you will become an expert in telling which type of rug a person is looking at. It’s easy because there are three main differences between both types: fringe finishing on top (or bottom), backgromming/edge trimming-the edge where hangnails would typically occur if something were sewn together instead and draftstopping material used for inside rooms versus outside ones.

1. Fringe of the rugs

The fringes on a rug are an important clue to its authenticity. The longer the fringe, the more handmade it likely is since no one can really predict how long your average strands will be when they’re sewing them together with whatever material you want for this project! If there’s also wool involved in what we’re looking at then even better because unlike synthetic fibers such as polyester or nylon which might look similar but feel altogether different from each other – natural materials always retain their own unique qualities.

2. Edge finishing of rugs

Handmade rugs have a more organic and natural feel to them. They don’t look like they’ve been stamped out by machines, but rather handcrafted with love from start-to finish in some cases! There are also many different types of finishing that you’ll see on these handmade pieces such as dye stains or stitchings which give even more character into an already unique design language

3. The backside of the rugs

The easiest way to find out if your rug’s backside is machine-made or handcrafted? Check for an uneven pattern on its fabric. Handmade rugs have more detailed work and take longer periods of time, which means they’re often worth more money than those created with machines; but it also depends whether you want a antique style design in mind when purchasing them!

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