Initially required amount of hay is taken and it is tied together with a cloth and a set of basic armature is prepared and by same method another set of hay is made and these two set of armature is combined together and used for the body portion of the doll. Both the sets are then neatly wound together with the nylon thread. Once the basic structure is ready the fur which are purchased from market is washed in a plain water so that it doesn’t have the bad odor, once the fur is washed, the leather side of the fur is rubbed with the salt so that the extra skin/ dead skin is removed and the smooth surface is obtained. Fur is then stitched in such a way that it look like a real goat and made a small opening to fill in the hay model. Bamboo sticks are used as the support for the legs of the doll and are measured. Again the fur is fixed tightly to the bamboo sticks and the sticks are covered. Face of the goat is stitched separately according to the required size and the little area is left unstitched on the top to place the horns. Later the horns are made by using aluminum wire and cloth and are inserted at the precise spot of the doll. This ready mask is then cover over the hay armature and stitched finely. Marbles are used as the eye ball of the goat and are stitched skillfully as the final procedure of doll making.