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'''Weft-thread''' is the [[weaving]] term for the [[thread]] that goes back and forth through the weaving. By comparison, the [[warp thread]]s are the long threads that are usually tied down onto the loom.
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'''Weft-thread''' is the [[weaving]] term for the [[thread]] that goes back and forth through the weaving. By comparison, the [[warp thread]]s are the long threads that are usually tied down onto the [[loom]].
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Latest revision as of 19:15, 26 January 2006

Weft-thread is the weaving term for the thread that goes back and forth through the weaving. By comparison, the warp threads are the long threads that are usually tied down onto the loom.