Kilim Rug 8'3'' x 11'4''. A technique rather than a type of rug. Technique is: slit tapestry, warp shared wefting, single or double weft interlocking. Also refers to plain weave bands at end finishes. Kilims are light weight, generally made by villagers and nomads originally for household use. Senna kilims are extremely fine and are more like wall tapestries than floor rugs. Dhurries are Indian all-cotton kilims.