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'''Warp-thread''' is the [[weaving]] term for the strong, long [[thread]]s that go lengthwise along the weaving (and are usually tied down onto the loom). By comparison, the [[weaving/weft-thread|weft-thread]] it the thread that goes back and forth through the warp.
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'''Warp-thread''' is the [[weaving]] term for the strong, long [[thread]]s that go lengthwise along the weaving (and are usually tied down onto the loom). By comparison, the [[weft thread]] it the thread that goes back and forth through the warp.

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Warp-thread is the weaving term for the strong, long threads that go lengthwise along the weaving (and are usually tied down onto the loom). By comparison, the weft thread it the thread that goes back and forth through the warp.