Weaving Looms – Apron

The apron is a piece of cloth that is attached to the front and back beams of the loom.

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Definition:

The apron is a piece of cloth that is attached to the front and back beams of the loom. The warp is tied onto either a cord or a metal rod that is attached to the apron cloth.

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English: apron

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Swedish: förkläde

trans:
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leclerc loom
Side view of Leclerc counterbalance loom showing cloth aprons on back and front beams.

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