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Its Sehna knot, cotton warp and weft, as well as much of the drawing, are typical of Persia.

Oriental RugsWalter A. Hawley

The weft is usually Uplands, sometimes mixed with East India cotton wools.

In wide, complicated dance, they wove a huge, warpless tapestry with the weft of an ever vanishing aureate shine.

A Rough ShakingGeorge MacDonald

A square banner tied in a weft halfway up the shrouds on the side on which the ships are seen.

British FlagsW. G. Perrin

Now, boys, let the weft rest on the last end, finish your work.

The ManxmanHall Caine

A thread of weft crosses from two to six times between every two rows of knots.

Oriental RugsWalter A. Hawley

In the cloth of the ancient East the warp and weft were both of cotton.

Inventions in the CenturyWilliam Henry Doolittle

The rows of knots are pressed down, so that the warp is hidden and the weft partly concealed at back.

Oriental RugsWalter A. Hawley

The weft or rilling is narrow strips of all the clean and vari-colored rags that accumulate in a household.

Also a mechanism substantially as set forth for "knocking off" the weft raising mechanism when a piece of weft is presented.

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