The prepared reed is fixed to the weaving loom and weaving process is started. The weaver interlaces the cotton threads of warp. The shuttle passes through the threads to interlock the threads of warp. Artisans use different colours of contrasting threads while weaving to create designs. The proton of woven cloth is wounded to the wooden beam, which is located in front of the weaver. After weaving 6 yards of fabric, the portion of the unwoven warp is intentionally left before and after the sari weaving, which is later knotted for fringe.
It takes nearly 2 to 3 days to complete one sari. The length of the 3 saris warp is loaded into the loom at a time. For bed sheet weaving big handlooms are used. Thus the weaving is completed and a sari is folded in the traditional manner for the market.