The length of silk yarn after dyeing is brought simultaneously winding process. The warping is carried out in streets preferably in the early morning, so that the color of the silk yarn would not be sun-bleached. The length of the yarn is tied between the two poles and the warp is stretched. Entangles in the yarn are checked and then knotted. A cotton thread is laced into the warp as it helps to trace the entangled silk threads. Once the warping is completed, the yarn is dipped in rice starch solution-Kanjito obtain more shine and luster. The yarn is loaded to warping machine to prepare warp beam. This is loaded into loom to start weaving process. The length of the warp 18 meters which can make three saris of 6 meters each. Nearly 3 to 5 artisans required to complete warping process. Count of warp threads ranges 5000 to 6000. Each thread of warp is 2 ply and weft is 4 ply.