Every Pampa rug is an individual creation, handpicked from the community where it was designed and handwoven. The techniques used to make our rugs are part of the fabric of Argentinian tradition.

Pampa rugs are handmade from fibre to finished product using high-quality wool that is shorn, carded and spun by hand. The fibres are coloured with natural dyes extracted from seasonal plants and flowers, occasionally with the aid of synthetic dyes. Designs are passed down through the generations and many patterns are inspired by nature, folklore and legend. Our rugs are woven on traditional looms in a process that can take more than six weeks. Once off the loom, Pampa rugs are finished by joining multiple woven panels together with a hand-stitched seam.

Pampa collections are named after the landscapes our artisans call home. All of our rugs have unique variations in grain and colour profile and carry the signature of the weaver in their individual design and slight imperfections. These are the things that make Pampa rugs a truly handmade product.