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Weaving Gallery: Basket Weaving on the Shores of Lough Neagh, Co. Antrim
Basket Weaving on the Shores of Lough Neagh, Co. Antrim
Weaving Gallery: Cotton weavers at their looms, Preston, Lancashire
Cotton weavers at their looms, Preston, Lancashire
Weaving Gallery: Cotton weaving shed, Preston, Lancashire
Cotton weaving shed, Preston, Lancashire
Weaving Gallery: How Navajo Indian Rugs are made - USA
How Navajo Indian Rugs are made - USA
Weaving Gallery: Power Loom Weaving
Power Loom Weaving
Weaving Gallery: Mahatma Gandhi sailing from Boulogne to Folkestone
Mahatma Gandhi sailing from Boulogne to Folkestone
Weaving Gallery: Chilean Indian Woman weaving a blanket
Chilean Indian Woman weaving a blanket
Weaving Gallery: Cotton Weaving / Lancs
Cotton Weaving / Lancs
Weaving Gallery: Silk Weaver 1855
Silk Weaver 1855
Weaving Gallery: First Weaving-Loom
First Weaving-Loom
Weaving Gallery: A weaver weaving fabric on a loom in a cottage
A weaver weaving fabric on a loom in a cottage
Weaving Gallery: Tompkins upright rotary knitting machine 1875
Tompkins upright rotary knitting machine 1875
Weaving Gallery: Waringstown, the Home of the Damask Weaving Industry
Waringstown, the Home of the Damask Weaving Industry
Weaving Gallery: Amoskeag Corporation, Manchester, New Hampshire, USA
Amoskeag Corporation, Manchester, New Hampshire, USA
Weaving Gallery: Weaving Galway Bridge?
Weaving Galway Bridge?
Weaving Gallery: Chinook Basket Maker - British Columbia, Canada
Chinook Basket Maker - British Columbia, Canada
Weaving Gallery: Odyssey / Penelope / Gorguet
Odyssey / Penelope / Gorguet
Weaving Gallery: C12 Weaving
C12 Weaving
Weaving Gallery: Gobelins Tapestries
Gobelins Tapestries
Weaving Gallery: Industry / Textiles / Wool
Industry / Textiles / Wool
Weaving Gallery: Luddites smash weaving machinery
Luddites smash weaving machinery
Weaving Gallery: A Basotho woman making mats - South Africa
A Basotho woman making mats - South Africa
Weaving Gallery: Weaving Donegal Homespun on Cottage Handloom, Buncrana
Weaving Donegal Homespun on Cottage Handloom, Buncrana
Weaving Gallery: Tennyson Street School for Disabled, London - Basket Weaving
Tennyson Street School for Disabled, London - Basket Weaving
Weaving Gallery: Syrian Textile Weaver at work on his loom - Damascus
Syrian Textile Weaver at work on his loom - Damascus
Weaving Gallery: Spain (19th c.). Economy (1885)
Spain (19th c.). Economy (1885)
Weaving Gallery: Huguenot Hand-loom Weaver, Alma Street, Bethnal Green
Huguenot Hand-loom Weaver, Alma Street, Bethnal Green
Weaving Gallery: Interior of a womans home - Durban, South Africa
Interior of a womans home - Durban, South Africa
Weaving Gallery: c. 1880s Japan - weaving on a loom
c. 1880s Japan - weaving on a loom
Weaving Gallery: Young women weaving silk, Japan
Young women weaving silk, Japan
Weaving Gallery: Making straw mats, Japan
Making straw mats, Japan
Weaving Gallery: Trades in Regency England. Carpet weaving, hog feeding
Trades in Regency England. Carpet weaving, hog feeding
Weaving Gallery: Trades in Regency England: silk weaving, jewellery
Trades in Regency England: silk weaving, jewellery
Weaving Gallery: Trades in Regency England: basket making, geese plucking
Trades in Regency England: basket making, geese plucking
Weaving Gallery: Historical views of Japan
Historical views of Japan
Weaving Gallery: Man weaving cotton on a loom, Senegambia, 18th century
Man weaving cotton on a loom, Senegambia, 18th century
Weaving Gallery: Two slatees guard a coffle of enslaved men, Senegal
Two slatees guard a coffle of enslaved men, Senegal
Weaving Gallery: Ancient Flemish loom
Ancient Flemish loom
Weaving Gallery: Advert, John Brown & Son, Glasgow, Scotland
Advert, John Brown & Son, Glasgow, Scotland
Weaving Gallery: Woven hammock used by the Island Carib or
Woven hammock used by the Island Carib or
Weaving Gallery: Interior of a house in Unalaska
Interior of a house in Unalaska
Weaving Gallery: Chinese rope makers, Qing Dynasty
Chinese rope makers, Qing Dynasty
Weaving Gallery: Manchester Municipal Weaving School
Manchester Municipal Weaving School
Weaving Gallery: Basket weaver at work
Basket weaver at work
Weaving Gallery: Araucanian woman weaving, Chile, South America
Araucanian woman weaving, Chile, South America
Weaving Gallery: Native weaving industry, Cameroon, Central Africa
Native weaving industry, Cameroon, Central Africa
Weaving Gallery: Lyalls patent postive motion loom
Lyalls patent postive motion loom
Weaving Gallery: Chinese silk - dyeing and weaving
Chinese silk - dyeing and weaving

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Weaving is an ancient craft that has been used for centuries to create clothing, blankets, and other items. It is a process of interlacing two sets of yarns or threads together in order to form fabric. Weaving can be done by hand or with a loom, which is a device that holds the warp threads in place while the weft thread is passed through them.

The process of weaving begins with the preparation of the warp and weft threads. The warp threads are those that run lengthwise on the loom and are held in tension by being attached to a frame or beam at either end. The weft thread is then passed over and under these warp threads using a shuttle, which helps keep them organized as they are woven together. This process creates an interlocking pattern known as “tabby” weave, which forms the basis for most fabrics created through weaving.

Once this tabby weave has been established, more complex patterns can be created by changing up how the weft thread passes over and under each warp thread. This could involve adding extra rows between each row of tabby weave or creating different patterns within each row such as twill or herringbone designs. Color can also be added to fabrics by using different colored yarns for both the warp and weft threads, allowing for even more intricate designs to be created through weaving techniques such as tapestry weaving or jacquard looms.

Weaving has long been used to create beautiful fabrics from simple materials like wool and cotton but it can also be used with synthetic fibers like polyester and nylon too! Weaving techniques have evolved over time from basic hand-weaving methods into highly automated industrial processes but some traditional methods still remain popular today due to their unique look and feel when compared with machine-made fabrics. Whether you’re looking for something classic like linen tablecloths or something modern like colorful throws made from synthetic fibers – there’s sure to be something out there made through weaving!