What does a weaver do?

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What does a weaver do?

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answered Jul 3 by Capobianco (3,530 points)
A weaver is a person or a machine that weaves yarn and other fabric material into clothing, fabrics etc.

A weaver works on looms or industrial weaving machines to create fabrics, textiles, or other types of woven products.

An artisan weaver may knit fabrics by hand or use a non-automated loom.

Your duties in this career vary depending on your employer.

A Weaver produces woven fabric and material in a production environment, typically using highly technical, computerized looms.

They need to be practical and logical and have the ability to work alone or as part of a team.

A weaver is a person who weaves cloth, carpets, or baskets.

Key skills for weaver:

    Good analytical and organizational skills.
    Effective team member.
    Ability to communicate effectively.
    Attention to detail.
    Strong safety orientation.
    Physical strength.

Three types of weaves: plain, twill, and satin. Encyclopædia Britannica, Inc.

The manner in which the yarns are interlaced determines the type of weave.

The yarn count and number of warp and filling yarns to the square inch determine the closeness or looseness of a weave.

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