Weave, Drafting, Lifting and Denting Plan | Weaving

What is Weave plan?
It illustrates the interlacing of ends and picks in the fabric under consideration. In the weave plan, space between two vertical lines indicates as warp yarn and the space between two horizontal lines indicates as weft yarn.

What do you mean by drafting or looming plan?
A draft indicates the number of healds used to produce a definite design and the order in which the warp threads or ends are threaded through the mail eye of the healds. In the drafting plan, space between two vertical lines indicates as warp and space between two horizontal lines indicate as heald shaft.

Weave, Drafting, Lifting and Denting Plan


What is lifting plan?
It defines the selection of healds to be raised or lowered on each successive insertion of the pick of weft to produce the pattern.

What is denting plan?
This indicates the order of drawing in the warp threads or ends through the dents of the reed.

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