WARP AND WEFT
Warp threads are the vertical threads that are held stationary on the loom. It must be made from a strong and tightly spun material so it can withstand the high tension of the weaving process. Weft threads, sometimes known as woof, are horizontal and larger than warp threads. They are woven over and under the warp threads, which are completely covered during the weaving process. A well-woven textile will have a weft count that remains consistent throughout the piece.