Is weaved an acceptable past-tense form of the word weave? Does it have to be wove/woven or are both acceptable like hung/hanged?
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No, weaved is not commonly accepted as a past participle of weave (in the meaning of “forming fabric”).
On the other hand, the verb weave in the less common meaning of “twist and turn” is regular. Its past participle is thus weaved.