high warp loom 
Loom on which the warp threads are arranged vertically.
The base on which the loom rests.
Threads woven across the warp thread, along the width direction of the fabric.
High-warp tapestry instrument used as a shuttle to introduce the weft between the warp threads.
Thin strip of wood used to create a lease.
Horizontal section of the frame.
Small wires with an eye through which the warp thread passes.
Piece of wood to which the heddles are attached.
Piece of wood that separates the warp based on the weaving pattern specified.
Evenly spaced parallel threads arranged lengthwise along the fabric.
Vertical section of the frame.
Wooden structure consisting of the loom’s stationary parts.