Weave StructureThe interlacing of warps and wefts that repeats in regular manner and forms the foundation of a woven cloth. There are several basic types of interlacings such as plain weave, twill, and satin. Weave structure can be broadly divided into simple weave (having one set of warp and weft) and compound weave (having more than one set of warp and weft).
WeavingA process of making a textile by interlacing warps and wefts in a particular order with the aid of a device such as a loom.
WeftThreads that are interlaced with warps during weaving, usually inserted at right angles to the warp.
Weft-Faced WeaveA woven structure, generally made on a loom with a reed, in which the weft is the main element visible on the surface, for example in bidak from Sumatra.