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Production steps:

(delivery times 4-6 weeks)

  1. Buying wool which is treated with wool conservation
  2. Drying the wool
  3. Dyeing the wool
  4. Mixing wool according to special formulations to produce melange
  5. Carding the wool mixture
  6. Spinning wool around a jute wick
  7. Milling the yarn, if needed
  8. Producing special effect yarns
  9. Weaving of the carpet
  10. Knotting off the carpet
  11. Putting on fringes or border Ribbons
  12. Finishing
  13. Quality Control
  14. Delivery


Weaving is the most traditi­onal technique to produce a carpet. To do so, you cross two threads (chaining and weft thread) rectangularly with each other. The spe­cialty of a hand woven car­pet is that you can use it on both sides
HARO®-TEPPICHE by Paulig sees itself as a manufacturer, deriving from Latin “manus” (the hand) and “factura” (the making). From the sheep-shearing up to the fini­shed carpet, the dyeing and the yarning of the wool, followed by the weaving, knotting and tufting – a HARO carpet is handmade from beginning to end.
To be able to guarantee this important basis the complete production process step by step lies in the hands of HARO®-TEPPICHE itself. This self-contained value-added chain provides the certainty of achieving the best quality on the highest environ­mental level. But what is the difference between a handmade carpet compared to mainly machine-made ones? It is the human factor, the flair of harm­ony, liveliness and passion. You can see it, feel it and sense it. Handicraft has indeed soul!

Be friendly to the earth.

- Dalai Lama -

From the beginning, the HARO®-TEPPICHE weaving mill has always produced its carpets in such a way, that people and environment have been protected. HARO® pays strict attention to ensuring that all produced or ordered materials are made without the participation of children in the wor­king process. Our local repre­sentatives, who work on site, are able to check this every day. Another important aspect is the consis­tent choice of renewable primary pro­ducts of high quality – wool, jute, cotton, hemp, sisal and silk – which is the best premise for a gentle further processing. This starts with clear water and chemi­cal-free soap. The carpet moth conservation needed is of course odorless and certified as representing no health hazard. Dyeing is also done on the high­est ecological level at HARO®. Heavy metal-free, strictly controlled quality products from Switzerland help to pro­tect people, air and water. And only what is written on the HARO® carpet label can be found in the carpet itself. It is indeed the case that the pro­duction of a HARO® carpet is friendly to the earth, human beings and nature.
The interplay of different techniques makes the variety of Haro-Teppiche so interesting!

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