The foundation of the weave is the paw yarn which is a long continuous length of interlocked fibers worthy for use in the production of 10-15 Sarees or Dhothies. It is tightly wrapped very carefully into the roll of a timber wood without overlapping other threads. Then with the use of spinning wheel pure cotton wool is rolled around the pendulum. The roll that is obtained is known as the Weft which is usually a white color cotton thread, or a golden color silk thread and sometimes the desired color thread suitable to the design of the clothing. The Weft is drawn through and inserted over-and-under the warp. The yarn is arranged on two different stakes with the help of the nails and when the two pillars move downward and upward, half of the poles of the pouch are cut to half and up to half. After that we insert the weft with the shuttle, so like this, each saree is made. The nails will be trapped only by two pillars to weave the usual dress like dhoties. The number of pillars depending on the variety of the design. However, most designs range from 2 to 6 pillars. This is how the Onapudava and other handloom products are woven.
We can weave Onakkodi with vibrant color threads and wefts. The required design plans are drawn on a plain scale. It fixes in the cylinders on the above of looms and weaves the designs into the dresses. We wove the Sarees, Set dhotis and Churidar fabrics of women with different color varieties. The Upper and lower Dhothies of men is also woven with high significance. Sarees made with one thread pure cotton and one thread silk are the new type tissue sarees. We bring Onakkodi and other clothes in front of you only after a valuation based on a certain set of criteria and the ensured precise monitoring.