|Origin:||tapisserie, from tapis 'carpet', from Greek tapes|
tap‧es‧try plural tapestries [uncountable and countable]
a large piece of heavy cloth on which coloured threads are woven to produce a picture, pattern etc:
a colourful tapestry depicting a hunting scene
something that is made up of many different people and things:
This was all new to her - part of life's rich tapestry.