Weaves of unique colours, motifs and patterns which show the unique or traditional culture structure of a society are made in many settlements of Anatolia. One of these settlements is Hakkâri. The plain weaves called "mezer" in Hakkâri are not weaved today but the last remaining samples are still being used. In this study, it is aimed to examine the characteristics of weaving, weaving technique, motif, colour and composition of weaving, weaving and weaving techniques. For this purpose, it is decided to go to Hakkari Demirtas village where various weavings such as carpets, rugs, parzuns, multipliers, columns, saddlebags, cribs, cribs, bags, salty shawls, shawls and belts were made intensively and were interviewed with people who knew the situation of weaving and weaving in the village, 8 houses (mêzer, mêzerk), which can be reached by visiting the houses where the mezer weaving was found, were determined and their photographs were documented.
Hakkâri, Mezer weaving, wool