Weft and warp are terms for the threads used in weaving. The weft are the crosswise threads on a loom over and under which other threads are passed to make cloth. The warp are the threads that are passed over and under the weft. The warp and weft are the basic constituents of all textiles.
The fabric is made by interlacement of warp and weft. The weft is given by shuttle and the warp is given by warp beams.The vertical lines running in the textile is called as warp. The horizontal lines running is called as weft.
Weft or warp threads
They're called the warp - and the weft. The warp is the vertical threads attached to the frame - the weft is the threads drawn through the warp in the process of weaving.
The batten and Heddle are the two tools that are used to separate warp and weft. Both the tools work together to weave the cloth.
The warp threads run vertically - the weft threads run horizontally.
A tapestry is composed of weft and warp threads. Warp or tension threads are hidden once the work is done, while the weft threads are passed in between the warp threads to complete the tapestry design.
These are terms used in weaving. In weaving a series of parallel threads are set up on the loom. These are the warp. Another thread is woven between the threads of the warp which creates the cloth. The thread which is woven through the warp is called the weft (or woof).
Weft to right is the WEFT the yarn running in the length is the WARP yarn