The weft yarn is brought for the jointing process. The yarn is passed through a reed and then attached to the handloom for weaving. After the weaving is completed a small amount of yarn is left in the reed and the weaved fabric is cut. The yarn is then tied to leftover thread in the reed for the next weaving process. Each yarn is knotted one by one with the remaining threads in the reed. This process is known as the Jointing process.
Ash powder is used for a better grip of threads. This process is done manually and takes 1 to 2 days for one set of the weft. After the jointing process, the reed is fixed in the handloom and the weaving process is started.