Dried yarn is spun on charkha to make spindles and spools. The threads are connected to weaving loom and weaved into required fabric. Weaver uses four-pedalled loom to weave the fabric. Spindles are inserted in the fly shuttle and used while weaving, which interlocks the thread. Spinning is done manually using spinning wheels. Colored and uncolored wool is spun seperately. The spun yarn is sent for warp making and weft weaving processes.