Finishing and Inspection
Once the warp is finished and is now woven material, it needs to be inspected and finished. Inspection consists of the fabric being rolled over a light box to highlight any faults that may have occurred during weaving. The faults can be mended with needle and thread.
From here it goes to finishing. Depending on the fabric, different processes occur. It will either be a simple wash and dry, or sent to an outside company where they finish entire rolls of fabrics through large bath washes, using different printing, finishing and dying techniques, to avoid creasing and create evenness in the fabric.