Horizontal-shaped yer hanasi is one of the most ancient tools of carpet making. Pileless carpets were weaved by means of it. It consist of nine parts: strike tool called “sword”, transverse roller, rod “mikcha”, “verengelan”, “guju” stick, arms called “chatma”, hanging threads, mouth rod and cross rod. Every part of “yer hanasi” plays its own role. It consists of a pair of rollers, two pairs of “mikcha” rods holding them together, “guju” stick and three cross legs holding beam thread clues horizontal. The hana set was completed by mouth rod, cross rod, hanging threads and wooden “sword”.
Before the early XX century, a large variety of wool fabrics (scarfs broadcloth, tirma and etc.), pileless carpets (jejim, horse-cover, ladi and etc.) were weaved in this tool. Ladies tightened and strengthened threads with “sword”.