Tools and raw materials used for Khadi making are:
. Raw Cotton: The primary raw material used in making the fabric.
. Fish Jawbone: Used in ginning of the cotton. This process of fluffing the fiber makes it loose and easy for further processing.
. Metal Rod: Used to remove the cottonseeds from the cotton fibers.
. Dry Banana Stem: It is used to hold the cotton sliver during the yarn making.
. Carding Bow: It is used in the carding of the cotton. Carding is the process of disentangling the fibers and aligning the fibers for slivering.
. Conical Stick: It is used to roll the carded cotton into a sliver.
. Charkha: It is used to spin the cotton sliver into yarn.
. Hank Winding Tool: It is used in winding the yarn onto the frame to make them
into hanks of cotton.
. Bobbins: It is used to wind the yarn onto the bobbin, which is used in the
. Dying Colours: It is used to add colour to the yarn to make it look attractive.
. Loom: It is used for the weaving of the yarns into a fabric.