Jute Wool

Jute yarn is a string or thread made by spinning natural jute fibres together. Approximately 90% of all jute fibre is spun into yarn. Once spun, jute yarn has many practical applications, and is used across many industries.

Is jute a polyester?

Shedding: Jute is made from the fibers of the Jute plant, so it will shed and produce the dreaded “Burlap lint”. Not our Equinox or Designer Faux Burlap – both are made from 100% Polyester! Smell: Jute has something often referred to as “the Burlap smell”.

What is jute called in English?

It is a best fibre, like hemp, and flax. Coarse fabrics made of jute are called hessian, or burlap in America. Like all natural fibres, Jute is biodegradable. “Jute” is the name of the plant or fiber that is used to make burlap, Hessian or gunny cloth.

What is jute yarn used for?

Jute yarn is used to make hessian fabric, coffee sacks, cotton bale covers, shopping bags, carpets, rugs etc. It is also used to make geotextiles.

Jute is called the “Golden Fibre” of Bangladesh due to its golden-brown color and its importance & sustainability. Jute is one of the most affordable natural fibers and is the second one after cotton according to its production quantity. Jute yarn is used to make hessian fabric, coffee sacks, cotton bale covers, shopping bags, carpets, rugs etc. It is also used to make geotextiles.