Anatolian is the home of many cultural heritages. Gaziantep has been the protector of many handicrafts and cultural heritage since ancient times. Within the scope of this study, designs were made using 100% natural silk weft yarn, 100% natural cotton warp yarn. Kutnu woven fabric has warp density 58 warp/cm and weft density 11 weft/cm. Four different kutnu woven fabrics, which have yellow, green, purple, black and blue colors were preferred. The design was enriched by computer-aided design program by using the borders in Zeugma mosaics. With this study carried out, it was ensured that the cultural elements that were forgotten were transferred to the next generation. Also, traditional fabrics are reinterpreted with modern lines.
Keywords: Gaziantep, Zeugma, cultural heritages, handicraft, Kutnu Woven Fabrics