Weave

Weave may refer to:

  • Hair weave
  • Mozilla Weave
  • Weaving
  • Weave:Web-based Analysis and Visualization Environment

Other articles related to "weave":

List Of Forgotten Realms Characters - K - Karsus
... As he was bonded with the Weave, Mystryl ended her existence, sundering her connection to the Weave (and, by extension, Karsus') ... This event briefly unraveled the Weave, spelling the doom of the magic-rich Netheril, as this civilization dwelt on magic-fuelled flying cities ...
Lampas - Gallery
... Iraq, 14th century, Musée de Cluny Silk furnishing fabric, lampas weave, Italy, late 17th-early 18th century, Honolulu Museum of Art Man’s bizarre ... Silk plain weave with supplementary weft patterning bound in plain weave (lampas) ...
Madapolam
... from fine yarns with a dense pick laid out in linen weave ... Linen weave is the simplest and thickest interlaced, reversible basic weave, in which the appearance of the face and back of the woven fabric is the same ... The weave pattern is useful because the equal warp and weft means the tensile strength and shrinkage is the same in any two directions at right angles and ...
Charvet (fabric)
... A Charvet fabric is woven of silk or acetate in warp-faced rib weave, of a reversed reps type with a double ridge effect ... parallel to the warp, which make this weave suitable for creating faint diagonal stripe effects for ties, for which the fabric is cut on the bias ... This weave is based on the Régence weave, a kind of reps with all weft raised on the backside, which was popular during the regency of Philippe II, Duke of Orléans (lasting ...

Famous quotes containing the word weave:

    To leave a living name behind,
    And weave but nets to catch the wind.
    John Webster (c. 1580–1638)

    As flames do work and wind when they ascend,
    So did I weave myself into the sense.
    George Herbert (1593–1633)

    “‘Weave the warp and weave the woof,
    The winding-sheet of Edward’s race.
    Thomas Gray (1716–1771)