Warping is an essential step in the process of weaving. It involves preparing the threads that run lengthwise on a loom, known as the warp, for the weaving process.
Determine the desired length and width of the finished cloth. They then select the appropriate warp thread material and determine the number of threads needed to achieve the desired width.
The threads are wound onto a warping frame and are then transferred to the loom, where they are separated and secured onto the loom's beam. The warp threads are then threaded through the heddles and reed, which are used to control the tension and interlacing of the warp and weft threads.