Woven cloth is created using a device called a loom. Using the loom, we can create woven cloth that is comprised of two yarns. The first set of yarn placed on the loom is known as the warp, and it is held under tension with each yarn strand spaced parallel to each other. The second set of yarn, known as the weft, is horizontally interlaced through the warp. Depending on the type of yarns interlaced together and the weave structure, the resulting woven cloth can have varying looks and hands.