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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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The province's researchers have also created mat weaving machines to weave mats more quickly compared to manual weaving.
Students will weave for several class periods and decide if they want to create a piece of artwork to be matted (using traditional or contemporary recycled materials) or a piece that serves a function, such as a bag, scarf or belt.
Besides, the weaving culture of the people that required a newly wedded bride, as part of her first assignment in her husband's house, to weave a robe for her husband has since gone into extinction.
Save The Weave aims to raise funds and awareness toward Kandama's mission: to preserve the tradition of handloom weaving, provide economic opportunities to the indigenous women of Julongan and protect the watershed that sustains the rice terraces-a United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization, or Unesco, heritage site.
Caption: Image: Alyson Shotz, Plane Weave, 2016; punched aluminum, stainless steel rings; 120 x 169 x 36 inches.
These classes go a long way toward helping students make informed choices about fabrics, and they clear up popular misconceptions like "satin is always made out of silk." Because satin is a type of weave, any fiber can be woven using that method--for example, many satins are made of polyester.
About Honey Bee Express Weave Salon - For the finest in Summerville beauty salon services, locals agree that Honey Bee Express Weave Salon is the only obvious choice.
Here, almost every resident knows how to weave like it's a religion for them.
The FE and mean-field homogenizations of woven have been validated on three different types of woven: a balanced plain weave, an unbalanced plain weave and a 5HS satin.
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.
As her identity diagram shows, for Watan, weaving was an important symbol to represent women's gender identity (Figure 3): "Unless you are able to weave, to sew and to do anything, you can not get married.
where c is the electric capacity, F; d is thickness of the weave, mm; and A is area of the capacitor reinforcement, [mm.sup.2].