The cotton yarn after dyeing is brought for spinning process. Bundle of yarn is placed on the spinning wheel machine. The cotton strand is reeled to spools and the wheel is operated. The workers simultaneously keep joining the broken strands for continuous reeling of the threads. These spools are then sent for warping process. The yarn is placed on traditional Charka-spinning wheel. The yarn thread is transferred onto spindles. These spindles are later used to insert into fly-shuttle for processing weft during weaving.