The Harris Tweed® Journal

5. Process: Warping

4th November

The Harris Tweed® Process

5. Warping

This highly skilled process sees thousands of warp threads gathered in long hanks in specific order and wound onto large beams ready to be delivered, together with yarn for the weft, to the weavers at their homes.

5. A’ Uarpadh

Tha am pròiseas àrd-sgileil seo a’ faicinn nam mìltean de shnàithlean dlùth air an ullachadh ann an iarnan fada ann an òrdugh sònraichte agus air an cur air crann-snàth, deiseil gus an lìbhrigeadh còmhla ri snàth-cur (bobain), gu na breabaidearan aig an dachaighean.

Photograph of Biddy hand warping at Carloway Mill | Jackson Tucker Lynch

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