The process starts with preparing raw material. The extraction method of jute varies depending on the region, state, and country. After drying the extracted jute, it is sent to Jute Mills for the next process. Here, extracted Jute fibers are weaved into Jute rolls. After the jute is woven, it is then sent away for lamination. The entire jute roll is laminated with an LDPE lining machine. The laminated jute roll is then sent back to the Jute mill. Some of the Jute bag models are made without the laminated Jute roll. Next is the dyeing process. Dyeing is the process of adding colour to a material or product. Here using certain types of machinery, Jute rolls are coloured and made into Jute fabric. After dyeing, it goes to the cutting department. The Artists make measurements and the Jute fabric is arranged in layers and cut according to the product pattern. Cut fabric is marked according to product coding and handed over to the concerned person for further processing.
The next process is adding design. Here, designing is a process of adding colour logs, brand details, texts, etc. into the jute fabric forming a design. Screen printing is done on the cut fabric by arranging the fabrics on a large printing table. Water-based Azo-free colours are used for printing. After the printing is done, fabric is left to dry. Then the next process is stitching. Here all the body parts of a bag such as the front, back body, gusset, handle of a bag are stitched together in a stitching machine. Outer edges have double-coated stitches for the longer durability of the bag. Excess threads are cut down using scissors after stitching. Depending on the Artist's creativity, unique designs and the number of compartments, bag models, etc., are decided. The next process is fusing. Here, fusing is a process of adding an extra part to the bag. Zips are added at the end of each compartment in the bag for the opening and closing of the bag. Sliders are added to the zip to pull the zip. Velcro tapes are stitched where ever necessary depending on the model. Plastic or bamboo handles are added to the required model bags. The final process is checking and packing. The finished bags are quality checked for any kind of errors. If any error is found, then it is mended and rectified. As a final step of the process, it is packed inside a plastic cover, and price tags or stickers are attached to it for sale.