Weaving : definition , history, types, materials, and uses for primary pupils note

Weaving : definition , history, types, materials, and uses for primary pupils note

 Weaving means to interlace (thread, yarns, strips, fibrous materials  etc)      Weaving means to form or construct something as fabric by interlacing threads, yarns, strips etc

    Weaving means to interlace (thread, yarns, strips, fibrous materials  etc). Weaving means to form or construct something as fabric by interlacing threads, yarns, strips etc

HISTORY OF WEAVING
    Weaving is a technique of fabric production. It consists of intertwining of two separate yarns or threads at right angles to form a fabric or cloth. Those two threads are called warp and the weft.
    Fabric is usually woven on a loom which is a device that holds the warp threads in place while the weft is woven through them.

TYPES OF WEAVING
(1)    Plain weave
(2)    Rib weave
(3)    Basket weave
(4)    Twill weave
(5)    Herring bone weave
(6)    Satin weave
(7)    Leno weave
(8)    Sateen weave

MATERIALS FOR WEAVING
(1)    Frame loom
(2)    Tapestry
(3)    Warp yarn
(4)    Shed stick
(5)    Weaving comb
(6)    Scissors
(7)    Weaving yarn
(8)    Dowels

USES OF WEAVING
    Weaving is the critical process that turns a raw material such as cotton and its yarn into a fabric that can be made into useful products such as clothing, bed sheets etc
    Without weaving, all there is are strands of yarn which do not achieve any practical purpose by themselves.