Khadi fabrics are generally those fabric which are specially hand spun to hand woven with the raw materials like cotton, silk, wool etc. Sandur Kushal Kendra supports the making of the Khadi material, from roving it is hand spun to yarns with the Hand Spinning equipment to the spindles. The yarns from the spindles are either wound to the bobbins or the pirns as per the requirement.
In case of the colored yarn, the yarn from the spindle are wound to hank form and then taken for dyeing. After drying completely it is taken for winding and weaving respectively as per the pattern of designs. Khadi materials is said to be the first that produced its indigenous produced goods at one time which used to concentrate itself with the naturally available materials. Even today some of the craftsmen still relies on the naturally made dye stuff for enhancing the outlook of the products.
Few cases the Synthetic dyes and dyestuffs are also preferred as per the time and the end product to be obtained. The yarns from the bobbins are taken for the warping process and placed on the looms. By the knotting process the loaded warp beams are loaded on to the looms. Generally the Pit looms or the Frame looms are preferred for the weaving of Khadi materials with the hand driven, foot pedals and the fly shuttle for weaving.
Flow chart of Making Process: