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A weaving term for the threads that are added by the weaver in the course of producing a cloth. The thread on the shuttle is the weft. Generally runs from the weaver's left to right while weaving, and forms the selvage edges where it turns on the sides.
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'''Weft''' is a [[weaving]] term for the threads that are added by the weaver in the course of producing a [[cloth]]. The thread on the [[shuttle]] is the weft. Generally it runs from the weaver's left to right while weaving, and forms the [[selvage]] edges where it turns on the sides.

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Weft is a weaving term for the threads that are added by the weaver in the course of producing a cloth. The thread on the shuttle is the weft. Generally it runs from the weaver's left to right while weaving, and forms the selvage edges where it turns on the sides.