To wind or string the warp threads on to a frame or loom by laying out threads of equal length parallel to each other. The Warp is a set of threads attached to the loom lengthwise before hand loom weaving begins. Warping is the process of creating the base yarn that runs along the length of fabric through which the “Weft” yarns are filled in to make the fabric. For a 46-inch wide fabric, over 3200 individual yarns run along the warp of the fabric. Typically, 1,96,550 yarns of yarn are aligned by wrapping them around the circular warping drum.