Weaving is one of the most ancient forms of textile arts, dating back thousands of years. Students in weaving use a variety of looms (4-harness, 2-harness, table-top, and tapestry) to make textiles. Looms are considered to be the most basic form of a computer with a sort of "coding" language and system. With this in mind, students pull from various parts of their existing lives to operate a weaving loom. Finding patterns, addition, multiplication, fractions, understanding color basic color theory, and mind-body connection are only some of the components associated with creating a successful finished product. The hardest part of weaving is stopping!