Apart from the use of inscribed arts directly in book arts; textile, architecture, stone carving, ceramics, glass works, leather works are used as an element of decoration in many handicrafts. Turkish fabrics with rich ornament motifs have an important place in the textiles due to their religious and political qualities. At the same time, the message in the other motifs can be make to the person's interpretation, while in the printed fabric this message is given directly. In the study, 4 textiles in the fabric collection of the Anatolian collector Prof. Dr. Kenan Ozbel will be discussed. The aim of the research is to examine four fabrics with self-patterned inscriptions on them. Scanning and description methods were applied in the research. In the first part of the study, information about inscribed fabrics were given. In the second part, the information about the width, weaving structure and raw materials of the four samples examined are presented in a table. In the conclusion part, a comparative evaluation of the samples in the Özbel collection were made with other written fabrics.
Keywords: Written fabric, Kenan Ozbel, Beledi, Sevai