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Tapestry  Collection in which all the threads are completely hidden, Similarly cloth where both the warp and the threads may be visible. In this weaving, yarns are typically discontinuous; Each coloured is made back and forth in its own small pattern area. It is a plain  threads of different colours worked over portions of the warp to form the design.

Most weavers use a natural thread, for instance wool, linen or cotton. They are usually wool or cotton, but in addition silk, gold, silver, or others can be use.

Most importantly the technique produces a picture built up in many small areas of colour. Brighter colours covers the coloured threads. They are not continuous across the whole weave, as they are in cloth weaving.

Above all tapestries was very varied; flowers, birds, animals and human figures were all popular.

It was woven by men, working in teams and often organised into guilds. Weavers might however be engaged almost permanently by the same master or they might be recruited for only one job  either for a special large commission or for a Tapestry Collection wanted in a hurry.

Firstly tapestry must be square or rectangular, it can subsequently be woven to any size, and thus consequently able to serve several purposes.

Large-scale weavings, which often told a narrative story, could be hung on walls to decorate a room; this also helped insulate living spaces. And in an age where the nobility moved from residence to residence, their Tapestry Collection travelled with them; Queen Elizabeth, for example, took several favourite pieces on her travels around England.

In conclusion examples of those items include covers for tables known as table carpets (cushion covers), useful soften the hard surfaces of wooden stools & Benches.

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