Spinning of the Cocoon Thread:
The thread is spun into a bamboo girdle called the Sereki. The sereki is simply placed on the ground and then the thread is spun around it from the spinning machine. This makes the thread rounds bigger, which is convenient for weaving and removes the knots or uneven fibres of the thread. Now the spinning wheel is used called the Jotor. This thread is then again spun into smaller spools called the Bobin. The spinning of the thread into these smaller spools is performed with a help of the spinning wheel called the Jotor. The Jotor is run single handed by a person who spins the thread into the wheel with one hand while wrapping the thread into the spools with the other hand.