Spindle rings, bobbin shafts, loom weights made of limestone or clay, needles with iron or bronze eyes provide evidence of weaving and sewing as part of the daily life of the settlement at Acy-Romance. People worked together to shear the sheep and cut the fabric. Though wool was widely used for weaving, some plant fibres were also employed. 

Excavation of a child's tomb at Thugny-Trugny (Ardennes) produced an iron razor wrapped in fine linen fabric. The fabric was very evenly woven, with the same number of threads in the warp and the weft (16 threads). Despite the large areas of fabric, vestiges which could correspond to a selvage edge have only been found in one location.