The name Kilim is a word of Turkish origin that means double face, made with loops as if they were embroidered one by one, are pieces of very old origin, however, little is known exactly when this practice began. Currently this type of carpet is produced in countries of the east as, Turkey, Iran, Russia, China, Pakistan, Morocco and India. Each rug represents a culture, style and has a unique history. The Turkish Kilins, for example, do not have the drawings of animals and human figures, characteristic of the Indian Kilins that also present geometric figures. In ancient times, Kilins pieces were used for daily activities such as, transporting goods, or as saddles for horses. Contemporaneity made this a style. With wefts and diversified weaving techniques, over time, Kilins have become indispensable to compose unique and exquisite decorations.