handwoven

[hand-woh-vuhn]
adjective
made on a handloom; handloomed.

Origin:
1875–80; hand + woven

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Example sentences
Ikat is an ancient dyeing technique in which the warp threads of a handwoven fabric are tied and dyed before the piece is woven.
Authentic handwoven rugs feel smooth and heavy, lie flat without puckering, and are expensive.
It is still striking, with hints of age mixed in with the delicate handwoven threads of red, blue and green.
The store also carries handwoven and embroidered goods.
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