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The '''shed''' is a [[weaving]] term referring to the gap between the upper and lower [[weaving/warp-thread|warp-threads]] when they are held apart for the [[weaving/weft-thread|weft-thread]] to pass through. Another way to see it is the gap betwen the set of warp-threads that the weft goes over and the set that it goes under.
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The '''shed''' is a [[weaving]] term referring to the gap between the upper and lower [[warp thread]]s when they are held apart for the [[weft thread]] to pass through. Another way to see it is the gap betwen the set of warp-threads that the weft goes over and the set that it goes under.
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Latest revision as of 20:24, 23 May 2006

The shed is a weaving term referring to the gap between the upper and lower warp threads when they are held apart for the weft thread to pass through. Another way to see it is the gap betwen the set of warp-threads that the weft goes over and the set that it goes under.