Traditional weaving, which is an integral part of the Turkish popular culture, is woven in many centers of Anatolia and is named after the local names. The traditional textiles for the Kütahya, nowadays known as the center of ceramic and tile production, have remained the second. In the research, the weavings of Çakmak Village which is one of the villages inhabited by the Karakeçili tribe which has a dense population in the region have been examined and documented. While carpentry in Anatolia developed as part of the nomadic lifestyle, certain centers became more prominent than others by commercializing their carpets. These centers, which have not been heard until today, are the ones known as the lighter carpets in the region and woven in a few villages in Aslanapa district of Kütahya. Çakmak carpet; Together with Çakmak village, are weaven Sarayköy and Bayramşah villages are relatted by the same ethnic roots and neighbor to each other. It is important that these figures, which are a pattern and color character, are introduced by entering the literature.
Keywords: Çakmak Carpet, Carpet, Weaving, Karakeçili, Kütahya