The rows of knots are pressed down, so that the warp is hidden and the weft partly concealed at back.
Upon this twig is loosely wound from end to end the weft thread.
Every thread of warp is in this way completely encircled by the thread of weft as it passes and repasses.
Heroic literature is only one thread in the weft of medieval literature.
Moreover the weft may be composed of one strand or of several strands together.
In this way the pupil can examine both the filling (weft) and warp threads.
By most ingenious mechanism varying degrees of tension can be imparted to warp and weft threads as required.
The amount the warp and weft are out of the right angle is stated to be about 20°.
The weft is all of doubled yarns; both warp and weft are very regular in diameter.
What is a Gobelins carpet to this weft of nature's own materials!