Difference between revisions of "Warp faced"

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A [[weaving]] technique in which the [[warp]] threads--those that are initially put on the loom to set it up--form the pattern. The [[weft]] only acts to hold the structure together and is only seen on the edges of the piece.
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A [[weaving]] technique in which the [[warp]] threads--those that are initially put on the [[loom]] to set it up--form the pattern. The [[weft]] only acts to hold the structure together and is only seen on the edges of the piece.
   
 
[[category:weaving]]
 
[[category:weaving]]

Latest revision as of 19:13, 26 January 2006

A weaving technique in which the warp threads--those that are initially put on the loom to set it up--form the pattern. The weft only acts to hold the structure together and is only seen on the edges of the piece.