Velvet is a type of fabric that has either thick hair (joined or cut velvet) on the right face, or a series of tiny loops of wire. It is made in the frame with very thin yarns using two warps, one of which for the base (warp coarse) and one for the hair (warp hair), and a single plot. The velvet frame must be provided with two beams, one for the warp coarse and one for the hair warp that should be much higher in length than the other because hair wires must go a long way to go around to the irons. There are wool and silk velvet fabrics, though cotton is the most common when we are referring to velvet. As for hairy fabric, the usual term is velour.