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The clicking sound of the looms rings around every street corner in the small village of Buldan, Turkey. Following the sound brings you to a small stone building with 3 or 4 looms and the families that have been running them for generations.

The tradition is said to date back to 800 BC when the cotton was all source from local fields and almost every home featured a home loom, creating a community of weavers that has been passed down from generation to generation.

As I walked through the village I couldn’t keep from gazing through the windows and open doors, the song of the looms and the colors of the weaves just assured me that I wanted to bring my love for the products and their history back home to the states.