Weaving is a method of interlacing two threads, i.e. warp threads and weft threads. The process of weaving is done in traditional pit looms. The looms are very basic and contain no jacquard attachment. Fly-shuttle with spindle travels through the opens of warp shed and interlocks. The woven cloth is wound onto weavers beam. Weaver cuts the woven cloth by leaving warp threads of 1 to 2 inch length for creating fringe at the edge. After weaving, wool cloth is sent to stitching department for stitching suits, coats and sweaters.