The use of silk, like that of cotton forms an important part in our study of materiality at Yali. Winded along these bamboo fabrications, the installation speaks about the processes involved in storing and using yarn prior to its use in weaving. These bamboo fabrications that do not leave the weaving centres until the stage of discarding are used all across the country for yarn winding but are named differently - such as Parivattams, Nota, Kanti, Panti. Posheeda- or invisible to lay man this instrument has been ‘designed’ by craftsmen to keep the utilitarian factor of weaving in mind.