has five definitions of fell:
-- v. past tense of Fall
-- v. to cut down, knock down or stitch down (i.e. flat fell seam)
--n. a hill, stretch of hills or moorland
--adj. fierce; ruthless; terrible; destructive
--n. animal hide or skin with hair
It says nothing of weaving, so I would add:
--n. the place where the cloth that has been woven
meets the waiting warp.
Each pick (or half pass if you're a tapestry weaver), moves it along.
it takes a great WHACK.
and hope I get to stay
with the yarn and the cloth
at the fell,
wherever it is,
for a long, long time.