cloth beam

cloth beam

[′klȯth ‚bēm]
(textiles)
One of five essential parts of a loom, upon which the newly constructed fabric is wound.
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The weaver provides tension on the warp threads by leaning back against some form of belt which is attached to both ends of a cloth beam. The warp threads at the opposite end can be tied to a tree, a stake or a hook, or be held firmly by the toes of the weaver's feet.