Natural Jute Burlap Hessian Sackcloth Fabric for Upholstery and Craft

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Jute, also called burlap, hessian, or sackcloth, is a classic natural material with valuable properties. The texture is rough and coarse, and the fabric is durable. This fabric is inexpensive and trendy. It can add rustic farmhouse style to your home décor. It also adds a delightful rustic touch to a party or wedding. The fabric is sold by the metre (1.09 yards) to provide greater flexibility for your crafting needs.
  • Use jute / burlap /hessian for making table runners.
  • Use as upholstery material. Natural jute fiber is commonly used when reupholstering furniture such as dining chairs. Usually used over the top of hourglass / coil springs.
  • Cover a recycled glass jar with jute / burlap /hessian and use it as a rustic vase.
  • Wrap jute / burlap /hessian around fresh flowers when bringing a floral bouquet to a friend.
  • Use it as gift wrap.
  • Make it into bags to keep seeds in. Hang the bags in a cool, dark, well-ventilated place, The fabric is breathable and will help stop mold from forming.
  • Use jute / burlap /hessian as a base for hoop art. The holes in burlap make it perfect for sewing-based projects like embroidery or applique. Stretch the fabric across an embroidery hoop, then begin to embroider it or sew on appliques, such as felt shapes. This is a good project to do with kids, because they can use yarn and oversized needles for the sewing.
  • For more craft ideas, search for “burlap crafts” on Pinterest and your favorite search engine.
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Description

Jute, also called burlap, hessian, or sackcloth, is a classic natural material with valuable properties. The texture is rough and coarse, and the fabric is durable. This fabric is inexpensive and trendy. It can add rustic farmhouse style to your home décor. It also adds a delightful rustic touch to a party or wedding. The fabric is sold by the metre (1.09 yards) to provide greater flexibility for your crafting needs.
  • Use jute / burlap /hessian for making table runners.
  • Use as upholstery material. Natural jute fiber is commonly used when reupholstering furniture such as dining chairs. Usually used over the top of hourglass / coil springs.
  • Cover a recycled glass jar with jute / burlap /hessian and use it as a rustic vase.
  • Wrap jute / burlap /hessian around fresh flowers when bringing a floral bouquet to a friend.
  • Use it as gift wrap.
  • Make it into bags to keep seeds in. Hang the bags in a cool, dark, well-ventilated place, The fabric is breathable and will help stop mold from forming.
  • Use jute / burlap /hessian as a base for hoop art. The holes in burlap make it perfect for sewing-based projects like embroidery or applique. Stretch the fabric across an embroidery hoop, then begin to embroider it or sew on appliques, such as felt shapes. This is a good project to do with kids, because they can use yarn and oversized needles for the sewing.
  • For more craft ideas, search for “burlap crafts” on Pinterest and your favorite search engine.
Key Features
1) Material: Jute
2) Dimensions: 150cm (59in) or 160cm (63 in) in width. Width varies by design.
3) Color: Brown, as in the photos. (The color might look slightly different in real life due to lighting and monitor settings).
4) This fabric is sold by the meter and cut to order. Multiple meter orders will be shipped in one continuous piece. For example, if you require a greater quantity please choose the appropriate quantity (e.g. 1 = 1 metre, 3 = 3 metres, 6 = 6 metres) and the fabric will be supplied in a single continuous length.

 

ABOUT JUTE
Jute is a long, soft, shiny bast fiber that can be spun into coarse, strong threads. It is produced from jute plants. These are flowering plants in the genus Corchorus, which is in the mallow family.
The jute plant grows to between 10 and 12 feet high and has yellow flowers. It is biodegradable, and used to make a multitude of items such as rope, nets etc. The primary source of jute fiber is Corchorus olitorius, but such fiber is considered inferior to that derived from Corchorus capsularis. “Jute” is the name of the plant or fiber used to make burlap, hessian, or gunny cloth. [Wikipedia]
ABOUT JUTE, HESSIAN AND BURLAP
Burlap is called hessian in many parts of Europe because it used to be widely used in Germany, at the time Germany was called “Hesse” and Germans were called Hessians.
Burlap is a woven cloth made from the fibers of the jute plant. It is considered a “breathable” fabric.
Burlap is resistant to condensation, meaning that its contents are not able to absorb moisture. Because of this, burlap has been used to make all kinds of sacks and bags for the purpose of shipping goods such as coffee. It is also very durable, perfect for the severities it may endure while transporting goods from port to port.
Burlap’s characteristics allow for many uses.
Because of its durability and resistance to condensation, burlap proves to be not only an accountable tool in crafting but a stylish one as well. Considering burlap’s ability to maintain goods, DIY coffee bags can be a practical project for at-home use or can even be paired with an elegant label to serve as wedding favors for your guests.
Burlap’s environmental friendliness along with its resistant characteristics make for a powerful combination. [Source: Dayton Bag & Burlap]

Additional information

Technics

Woven

Origin

CN(Origin)

Type

Filter Fabric

Width

150cm/160cm

Product Type

Organic Fabric

Material

100% Jute

Style

Twill

Nonwoven Technics

Stitch-Bonded

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