This is a ps to the piece on Jaspe Dyers, which I must have worked on too late at night. I DO know that warp is vertical and weft is horizontal.
BUT, when a jaspe cloth is made into a woman’s corte (skirt), the cloth runs sideways, around her. That means that the warp is running around her, making it look horizontal, and the weft runs from her hem to her waist, making it look vertical.
Sorry for the confusion, for those who know the difference.