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weave

the method or pattern of weaving or the structure of a woven fabric
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weave

[wēv]
(textiles)
To make cloth by interlacing strands of warp and filling threads.
A cloth made by weaving.
The pattern of a woven fabric.
References in classic literature ?
And now, the hand that traces these words, falters, as it approaches the conclusion of its task; and would weave, for a little longer space, the thread of these adventures.
It was a cotton-chequered red-and-white saree with a sturdy weave.
KTEX Family offers complete analyzation and optimization of composite weaves and the effects that the manufacturing process has on them, said Shan Nageswaran, Senior Director, HyperWorks at Altair.
People were invited to Cathedral Lanes to weave messages into a community tapestry as a reminder that Coventry is a city which promotes peace and reconciliation while communities in many other countries are experiencing hardship and war.
The balanced plain weave glass/epoxy material data come from Lomov.
Critique: Profusely illustrated and thoroughly 'user friendly', the projects comprising "Hex Weave & Mad Weave: An Introduction to Triaxial Weaving" are superbly presented making this a perfect course of introductory instruction with respect to triaxial weaving.
I for one definitely don't wear a weave to hide my "ugly hair" as the author of the article might put it.
Note: At grades 3-5, students should be able to identify and list their different weaving patterns on paper or draw them on graph paper to work out what their patterns may look like before they weave them.
Weave or no weave, what is it telling future generations about identity?
Beginners don't have to master the daunting task of setting up the frame with dozens of vertical or warp threads before starting to weave.
Weave the remainder of the strand in and out along the circle you have formed.
Upon completing the seminar, stylists are encouraged to market their own business using Ellis' tools of the weave trade.