low warp loom 
Loom on which the warp threads are arranged horizontally.
Metal wires that attach to the blade; they have an eye through which a warp thread passes.
Hole through which a warp thread unwinds.
Weaving instrument that is pushed back and forth between two sections of warp thread to insert the weft threads.
Hole through which a weft thread unrolls.
Spool on which the weft thread is wound; it is placed on the shuttle.
Metal rod that supports the bobbin.
Hook used to pass the warp thread through the tooth of a comb or the eye of a heddle.
Instrument that maintains a constant fabric width during weaving.
Wooden plate on which the weft thread is wound; it replaces the shuttle when the space between the layers of warp threads is too narrow.