A technique where the wool piles are punched in through the base cloth giving a general appearance of a hand knotted carpet. The tufts need to be anchored on a secondary backing for durability.
Carpet produced by a tufting machine instead of a loom.
Carpet manufactured on tufting machines. Tufting machines insert carpet fibers into a backing material with needles, thus forming tufts. Most North American carpet is tufted.