Like the sun, the wool is essential.

Pulled by a spinning wheel, multiple woolen threads cut sunlight pouring in through a window as they wend their way from numerous small cone shaped spindles to becoming one large roll- making it easier for Bhuttico weavers to produce garments of varying sizes. Wool is sacred in the snow carpeted Himalayas. Its warmth as welcome as the rays of the sun, specially on days when the mercury prefers to stay below zero.