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Carpet is graded using numbers, like 9/25, or 8/22. The top number of the "fraction" represents knots in 9/10 of an inch of width & bottom number represents knots of 4 1/2 inches of the rug's length. 0.9" x 4.5" equals 4.05", almost 4 square inches, so an easy conversion would be to multiply the two numbers together and divide by 4 (sq. in:) to get the approximate weave m knots per sq. in. For example; with a 9/25 quality rug, 9 X 25=225,225/4=56 knots per sq. m…

Carpet is graded using numbers, like 9/25, or 8/22. The top number of the "fraction" represents knots in 9/10 of an inch of width & bottom number represents knots of 4 1/2 inches of the rug's length. 0.9" x 4.5" equals 4.05", almost 4 square inches, so an easy conversion would be to multiply the two numbers together and divide by 4 (sq. in:) to get the approximate weave m knots per sq. in. For example; with a 9/25 quality rug, 9 X 25=225,225/4=56 knots per sq. m…

Carpet is graded using numbers, like 9/25, or 8/22. The top number of the "fraction" represents knots in 9/10 of an inch of width & bottom number represents knots of 4 1/2 inches of the rug's length. 0.9" x 4.5" equals 4.05", almost 4 square inches, so an easy conversion would be to multiply the two numbers together and divide by 4 (sq. in:) to get the approximate weave m knots per sq. in. For example; with a 9/25 quality rug, 9 X 25=225,225/4=56 knots per sq. m…

Carpet is graded using numbers, like 9/25, or 8/22. The top number of the "fraction" represents knots in 9/10 of an inch of width & bottom number represents knots of 4 1/2 inches of the rug's length. 0.9" x 4.5" equals 4.05", almost 4 square inches, so an easy conversion would be to multiply the two numbers together and divide by 4 (sq. in:) to get the approximate weave m knots per sq. in. For example; with a 9/25 quality rug, 9 X 25=225,225/4=56 knots per sq. m…

Carpet is graded using numbers, like 9/25, or 8/22. The top number of the "fraction" represents knots in 9/10 of an inch of width & bottom number represents knots of 4 1/2 inches of the rug's length. 0.9" x 4.5" equals 4.05", almost 4 square inches, so an easy conversion would be to multiply the two numbers together and divide by 4 (sq. in:) to get the approximate weave m knots per sq. in. For example; with a 9/25 quality rug, 9 X 25=225,225/4=56 knots per sq. m…

Carpet is graded using numbers, like 9/25, or 8/22. The top number of the "fraction" represents knots in 9/10 of an inch of width & bottom number represents knots of 4 1/2 inches of the rug's length. 0.9" x 4.5" equals 4.05", almost 4 square inches, so an easy conversion would be to multiply the two numbers together and divide by 4 (sq. in:) to get the approximate weave m knots per sq. in. For example; with a 9/25 quality rug, 9 X 25=225,225/4=56 knots per sq. m…

Carpet is graded using numbers, like 9/25, or 8/22. The top number of the "fraction" represents knots in 9/10 of an inch of width & bottom number represents knots of 4 1/2 inches of the rug's length. 0.9" x 4.5" equals 4.05", almost 4 square inches, so an easy conversion would be to multiply the two numbers together and divide by 4 (sq. in:) to get the approximate weave m knots per sq. in. For example; with a 9/25 quality rug, 9 X 25=225,225/4=56 knots per sq. m…

Carpet is graded using numbers, like 9/25, or 8/22. The top number of the "fraction" represents knots in 9/10 of an inch of width & bottom number represents knots of 4 1/2 inches of the rug's length. 0.9" x 4.5" equals 4.05", almost 4 square inches, so an easy conversion would be to multiply the two numbers together and divide by 4 (sq. in:) to get the approximate weave m knots per sq. in. For example; with a 9/25 quality rug, 9 X 25=225,225/4=56 knots per sq. m…

Carpet is graded using numbers, like 9/25, or 8/22. The top number of the "fraction" represents knots in 9/10 of an inch of width & bottom number represents knots of 4 1/2 inches of the rug's length. 0.9" x 4.5" equals 4.05", almost 4 square inches, so an easy conversion would be to multiply the two numbers together and divide by 4 (sq. in:) to get the approximate weave m knots per sq. in. For example; with a 9/25 quality rug, 9 X 25=225,225/4=56 knots per sq. m…

Carpet is graded using numbers, like 9/25, or 8/22. The top number of the "fraction" represents knots in 9/10 of an inch of width & bottom number represents knots of 4 1/2 inches of the rug's length. 0.9" x 4.5" equals 4.05", almost 4 square inches, so an easy conversion would be to multiply the two numbers together and divide by 4 (sq. in:) to get the approximate weave m knots per sq. in. For example; with a 9/25 quality rug, 9 X 25=225,225/4=56 knots per sq. m…

Carpet is graded using numbers, like 9/25, or 8/22. The top number of the "fraction" represents knots in 9/10 of an inch of width & bottom number represents knots of 4 1/2 inches of the rug's length. 0.9" x 4.5" equals 4.05", almost 4 square inches, so an easy conversion would be to multiply the two numbers together and divide by 4 (sq. in:) to get the approximate weave m knots per sq. in. For example; with a 9/25 quality rug, 9 X 25=225,225/4=56 knots per sq. m…

Carpet is graded using numbers, like 9/25, or 8/22. The top number of the "fraction" represents knots in 9/10 of an inch of width & bottom number represents knots of 4 1/2 inches of the rug's length. 0.9" x 4.5" equals 4.05", almost 4 square inches, so an easy conversion would be to multiply the two numbers together and divide by 4 (sq. in:) to get the approximate weave m knots per sq. in. For example; with a 9/25 quality rug, 9 X 25=225,225/4=56 knots per sq. m…

Carpet is graded using numbers, like 9/25, or 8/22. The top number of the "fraction" represents knots in 9/10 of an inch of width & bottom number represents knots of 4 1/2 inches of the rug's length. 0.9" x 4.5" equals 4.05", almost 4 square inches, so an easy conversion would be to multiply the two numbers together and divide by 4 (sq. in:) to get the approximate weave m knots per sq. in. For example; with a 9/25 quality rug, 9 X 25=225,225/4=56 knots per sq. m…

Carpet is graded using numbers, like 9/25, or 8/22. The top number of the "fraction" represents knots in 9/10 of an inch of width & bottom number represents knots of 4 1/2 inches of the rug's length. 0.9" x 4.5" equals 4.05", almost 4 square inches, so an easy conversion would be to multiply the two numbers together and divide by 4 (sq. in:) to get the approximate weave m knots per sq. in. For example; with a 9/25 quality rug, 9 X 25=225,225/4=56 knots per sq. m…

Carpet is graded using numbers, like 9/25, or 8/22. The top number of the "fraction" represents knots in 9/10 of an inch of width & bottom number represents knots of 4 1/2 inches of the rug's length. 0.9" x 4.5" equals 4.05", almost 4 square inches, so an easy conversion would be to multiply the two numbers together and divide by 4 (sq. in:) to get the approximate weave m knots per sq. in. For example; with a 9/25 quality rug, 9 X 25=225,225/4=56 knots per sq. m…

Carpet is graded using numbers, like 9/25, or 8/22. The top number of the "fraction" represents knots in 9/10 of an inch of width & bottom number represents knots of 4 1/2 inches of the rug's length. 0.9" x 4.5" equals 4.05", almost 4 square inches, so an easy conversion would be to multiply the two numbers together and divide by 4 (sq. in:) to get the approximate weave m knots per sq. in. For example; with a 9/25 quality rug, 9 X 25=225,225/4=56 knots per sq. m…

Carpet is graded using numbers, like 9/25, or 8/22. The top number of the "fraction" represents knots in 9/10 of an inch of width & bottom number represents knots of 4 1/2 inches of the rug's length. 0.9" x 4.5" equals 4.05", almost 4 square inches, so an easy conversion would be to multiply the two numbers together and divide by 4 (sq. in:) to get the approximate weave m knots per sq. in. For example; with a 9/25 quality rug, 9 X 25=225,225/4=56 knots per sq. m…

Carpet is graded using numbers, like 9/25, or 8/22. The top number of the "fraction" represents knots in 9/10 of an inch of width & bottom number represents knots of 4 1/2 inches of the rug's length. 0.9" x 4.5" equals 4.05", almost 4 square inches, so an easy conversion would be to multiply the two numbers together and divide by 4 (sq. in:) to get the approximate weave m knots per sq. in. For example; with a 9/25 quality rug, 9 X 25=225,225/4=56 knots per sq. m…

Carpet is graded using numbers, like 9/25, or 8/22. The top number of the "fraction" represents knots in 9/10 of an inch of width & bottom number represents knots of 4 1/2 inches of the rug's length. 0.9" x 4.5" equals 4.05", almost 4 square inches, so an easy conversion would be to multiply the two numbers together and divide by 4 (sq. in:) to get the approximate weave m knots per sq. in. For example; with a 9/25 quality rug, 9 X 25=225,225/4=56 knots per sq. m…

Carpet is graded using numbers, like 9/25, or 8/22. The top number of the "fraction" represents knots in 9/10 of an inch of width & bottom number represents knots of 4 1/2 inches of the rug's length. 0.9" x 4.5" equals 4.05", almost 4 square inches, so an easy conversion would be to multiply the two numbers together and divide by 4 (sq. in:) to get the approximate weave m knots per sq. in. For example; with a 9/25 quality rug, 9 X 25=225,225/4=56 knots per sq. m…

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