The yarn produced is of 80-100 counts. Giving a twist to threads during the spinning process strengthens the thread. Some old yarn is purposely left on to the spinning bobbin so that it is easy to make yarn from the slivers. The yarn obtained is wound on a square frame of a particular size, rotating the particular frame number of times in one direction; one is able to wound particular meters of yarn on to it. Then this yarn is removed and bundled for weaving purpose. The bundle is known as hank.