Spinning and weaving are two steps in the production of textiles. The most basic difference between them is their process and purpose. Here are some differences listed below.
|Spinning is focused on creating yarns or threads, which are later used in other processes such as weaving or knitting.||Weaving is the art of layering yarns or threads in a crosswise pattern to create continuous lengths of fabric, including patterned weaves and ribbons.|
|Spinning is the process of making thread out of raw fibres.||Weaving is the process of taking threads and making them into cloth.|
|India has world-class production in spinning.||Weaving supplies low-quality fabric as it cannot use much of the high-quality yarn produced in the country.|
|Different spinning methods are available in making yarns, including ring-spun, rotor-spun, twistless, wrap-spun and core-spun yarns.||Some examples of plain weave fabrics are crepe, taffeta, organdy and muslin.|