The Baluch are a nomadic tribe of people inhabiting large areas of northern Afghanistan, Northeastern Iran and Southern Turkmenistan in their most northern reach and toward the south regions of Iran, Afghanistan and Pakistan called Baluchistan. They are prodigious weavers of deep brown, dark red, blue, black, ochre and camel colored carpets with occasional bright touches of orange, green or light blue. The carpets range from extremely loose weave structure to fine and tight, double wefted construction. Selvedge edges are most often wrapped in goat hair. Tree of Life prayer carpets are signature Baluch but often carpets attributed to the Baluch are woven in Khorassan in Northern Iran. Their kilims are woven on horizontal ground looms and many have a weft float brocade structure. Camel and horse trappings, tent decorations and woven bands may include bells, beads and shells.