Once upon a time in Anatolia each region had a unique peshtemal. The main distinction between these peshtemals created through the combination of thousands of patterns and colors was the materials used in weaving. Cotton, well adapted to the dry climate was used on the Aegean and Mediterranean shores, and linen that needs lots of rain, was preferred on the shores of the Black sea. Cotton has a softer texture in than linen and the best quality of linen on the other hand is that it is fast dying. We wanted to bring together these two natural materials that have been used for centuries in one peshtemal. The result was a matchless peshtemal that carried the best qualities of these two materials. We named it Karma, which means blend in Turkish.