warping board

warping board
noun also warping bar
: a board with pegs to separate yarn groups used by many hand weavers in preparation of their warps — called also bartree

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a rectangular board containing evenly spaced pegs at each end on which the warp is wound in preparation for weaving.
[1905-10]

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