The Thulma blanket is known for its high-quality fur and captivating motifs. The blankets are woven by women in the village, while men assist in the spinning of yarn. The majority of men are engaged in farming and sheep rearing. Thulma is woven either on a pit loom or the frame loom. It is woven in long strips that are cut and stitched together. The edges are finished with a blanket stitch. Originally, these blankets were woven with undyed wool, but due to popular demand, they are now woven with dyed wool in bright red, blue, pink, black, and green.
This woolen blanket is traditionally worn by the Shauka women. It is quite light and the fabric is brushed from inside which gives a fuller texture to keep the wearer warm in cold regions.