Jajim weaving process is simpler and more common than gilim. jajim 2.5 meters long and 2 meters wide is usually woven by two weavers in less than a month.
There are good jajims that are woven in the tribes and have a thickness of 3 to 4 mm. These jajims are used for decoration.
Jajim is woven like a gilim on a horizontal dar. According to the weaver’s design in mind, colored threads are used for weaving and tools such as combs or daftin are used to pound the ridges on top of each other.
Ordinary jajims have light and dark squares in different colors. Patterns such as striped, square, checkered, zigzag, plain, etc. can be seen in Jajim.
In the Qashqai tribes, jajim is woven as a needle net (called rand) and its patterns are like gilim. This Jajim is more common in the “Kashkuli” and “Darshuri” tribes.
Jajims can usually be woven in pairs or more, meaning that a narrow jajim is woven 5 meters long and 1.5 meters wide. Then it is divided into 2 parts.
These two pieces are sewn together from the side, which are often called thick jajims. Today, jajims are woven with a width of 20 to 30 cm. And mostly five pieces are sewn together from the si