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Tapestry is a type of fiber weaving. It is weft-faced (ie: the warp does not show at all), the wefts are generally discontinuous (they do not go from selvedge (edge) to selvedge (edge) and it is generally pictorial (like painting a picture with fiber).
Bead weaving is the process of weaving beads on a loom. There are two ways to do this. 1.) The traditional method of weaving beads where you place your beads on a thread behind your warp threads and then sew through the front. 2.) With the shedding device, where you use the device to lift half of your warp threads and place your beads on a thread in between those threads.