Burlap Fabric is a roughly textured cloth with a large weave pattern that is made from jute fibers and is known for its natural beige color. It is an inexpensive material that's easy to manage and drapes nicely for displays and decor. Use this rough and rustic fabric to create an organic or natural look. Many uses including drapes, table top, crafts and more! Fringe the edges for a casual virtually no-sew window covering. This Eco-friendly tightly woven burlap fabric is perfect for curtains and drapes, cornices, wall coverings, bulletin boards, purses and totes, crafts, etc.
Use: It can be laminated, bleached or dyed and can be used for home craft projects such as sewing projects and works well as a backing fabric for cross stitch and needlepoint. Burlap fabric can also be used for fashion accessories such as curtains, window treatments, scrapbook making, picture mats, lampshades, all kinds of clothing accessories and various types of burlap bags such as tote bags, shopping bags and much more.
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Made of loosely woven natural fibers. While this fabric lends itself well to rustic decor, it can also work well with a more traditional approach, particularly when used as a wall covering. Decorating with burlap offers a durable and economic alternative to more expensive home-decorating fabrics.
Use of Burlap Jute Fabric: In addition to its use for storing and shipping foodstuffs, hessian jute (also known as burlap) enjoys roles in a number of other industries, including fashion, art, construction, and furniture. From carpets and rugs to bags and purses, this rough fabric has found its way into many of the industries we utilize on a daily basis. And most people are unaware of its lesser-used, yet vitally important functions. Here is a look at some of the less visible ways that hessian jute fabric is used.