The warping process is done after dyeing the yarn, weaver now prepares the warp, to make the sari. For this purpose he uses a ‘Dolu’or warping machine. The thread rolls are put on the vertical frame of the warping machine. This is a movable frame. The ends of the thread are taken from the rolls and are wound on the big wooden cylinder of the machine. This process starts from one end of the big octagonal cylinder and goes on till the entire cylinder is covered with yarn. The tightly wound yarn on this log is then provided to the weaver to use it for the warp on the loom frame. The entire length of the warp is a stretch of 75 meters long which can make 10 saris at a time.