Where did the weavers live in the the middle ages?

In the early middle ages weaving was a home craft practiced by peasants in the villages. Later in the middle ages as towns and cities grew in size and number weaving became a full time profession. This was in part due to development of more complex looms that a typical peasant would not have in their possession. These weavers organized into guilds like other trades. They lived in towns and cities. They rented a shop which in most cases had living quarters above or behind it. They probably sold their product to merchants rather than directly to the public, as cloth from the loom must go through a finishing process known as fulling and then to a dyer, both separate professions, before being ready for sale to the public.