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Promoted item:SANGRIA Cotton/Linen Slub Cone Yarn Weaving Knitting Crochet 1320ypp 1 lb

SANGRIA Cotton/Linen Slub Cone Yarn Weaving Knitting Crochet 1320ypp 1 lb

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About Weaving

Weaving has been done for thousands of years throughout the world. In the past, people wove baskets and other goods using leaves, grass, wood strips or other types of natural materials. The threads used for weaving today can be spun from cotton, silk, wool, nylon or orlon. Textile weaving is rarely done by hand. A loom is generally used instead for weaving.The weaving process consists of criss-crossing two different sets of thread or yarn over and under each other to create a fabric. The two sets are called the warp and the weft, and they are interlaced at right angles to each other. The weft is sometimes referred to as the woof. The warp threads are held parallel by the loom and they pass through the heddles on the harnesses. The harnesses move these threads up and down to create a shed, which is a space. The weft threads are wound onto bobbins and placed in a shuttle. The shuttle takes the weft threads through the shed to allow the weaving of the warp and weft threads to take place. The movement of the threads can vary to create various weave types. The spacing of the warp will also help determine how tightly the threads are woven together. The placement of the threads in relation to each other throughout the weaving process will affect the overall look of the finished cloth, tapestry or rug. There are several different types of weaving looms available for hand weaving or machine weaving, whichever weaving craft you practice.