What is Warping?
The process requires that we keep the yarn elongation intact and ensure it remains at a uniform level. When this is done correctly, we arrive at a product that has less breakage and better performance and durability.
What is Weaving?
The weaving process is where woven wool are formed on loom machine by interlacing of our warp yarns.
The yarns are length-wise on the machine. Weft yarn is inserted at a right angle to the warp.
The three motions during the weaving process are:
- shedding: where some of the warp yarns are lifted up to form a tunnel, where the weft yarn will be inserted
- picking: insertion of the weft yarn
- beating up: beating the weft yarn, so it lies adjacent to the previous weft yarn.