In weaving, refers to the yarns that run across the loom, between the selvedges, under and over the warps,

A quick memory jog to distinguish the direction of warp and weft is that ‘the weft runs left to right’. Of course it also runs from right to left….

The way in which the wefts interweave with the warps creates any number of weaves, plain or textured patterns. One run across the width of the cloth, i.e. between the selvedges, is called the pick.

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