عنوان مقاله [English]
نویسندگان [English]چکیده [English]
Qāli Paru is a kind of carpet which can be categorized as a household artifact woven out of unused fabrics by rural women in Vali-e-Asr Village, Poldokhtar region, Lorestan province. This product is now less noticeable despite having aesthetic and functional aspects. The present study seeks to find ways to revive and optimize the production and supply of Qāli Paru. For this purpose, the research initially deals with existing damages the artifact have suffered from, and then it tries to answers the following question: How can we revive Qāli Paru carpets as a domestic artifact? What are the benefits of such an action? The strategies of this research are based on introducing the product to the market, standardizing the workshops’ criteria, and defining new applications for this fabric. All these are considered very effective for generating employment. In the present research, a descriptive-analytical method is applied and the information has been collected from library sources. Analyzing the data qualitatively, the obtained solutions are reviewed and modified in three branches, i.e. production, distribution and consumption.