What did a weaver in the middle ages wear?
A woolen tunic in the Roman style with no decorations and in basic colors. They were a peasant.
A weaver in the middle ages wove cloth. Just like weavers before and after the middle ages. Some expanded information: In the early middle ages weaving was a home craft. In the later middle ages with the growth of towns and cities weaving became a regular profession organized into guilds. This was in part due to the development of more complex looms that a typical peasant would not likely posses.