(n., v.) a weaving term meaning the pattern of a textile as determined by the yarn or thread colours and the thread count for each colour in the design; also, to set up the loom for weaving a pattern
The count of threads making up one tartan pattern from 'pivot' to 'pivot'
The number of e.p.i. in a woven cloth.
Alternative spelling: set. This term is used to indicate the density of the ends and picks in a woven fabric. Usually expressed by the number of ends per inch or centimetre and the number of picks per inch or centimetre. For example a square sett cloth would have the same number of ends and picks in a square inch or centimetre. The state of the fabric should be described at the same time, for example: loomstate sett or finished sett. Sometimes the term pitch is used to mean the same. See tartan.
the color and pattern on a tartan.
The number of warp ends per inch.
The spacing of the warp threads. The reed on a horizontal loom determines this.
a term used to define the weft or warp density of a woven fabric, usually in terms of the number of threads per centimetre.