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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.
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At the storefront studio on Highland Street in Worcester where Wakabayashi and her students work at a cluster of looms, you may find pieces of bark or feathers woven into a wall hanging or a vest that combines a vivid array of coarse and fine threads.
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