Eco- Friendly Jute Handbag
Jute is a Natural Fiber after the cotton. Jute is a plant that is also bio-degradable and used to make Bag, Rugs, Carpet & Doormat. Another name of jute is Golden Fiber due to its golden color & high monetary value.
Jute Comes From
The most common use for jute fibre is in the production of jute fabric and a number of other fabrics, including hessian, scrim and canvas. These fabrics can be found in clothing, upholstery and soft furnishings, packaging of many kinds and geotextiles (for landscape reinforcement, landfill covering etc).
Jute and its by products have uses that are almost too numerous to mention, but notable ones are its inclusion in medicine, cosmetics and paints
Jute is Eco-Friendly
1. Jute fibre is entirely bio-degradable and compostable.
2. Jute fibre is recyclable
3. Jute bags are hard-wearing and can be used again and again, negating the need to use plastic carrier bags
4. Jute can be grown without the need to use pesticide or fertiliser. Where these chemicals are used jute requires very little of them compared to other crops
Jute Made Into Fabric
The jute fibre comes from the outer skin of the jute plant. The fibres are first extracted by a process called retting. Retting consists of bundling stems together and immersing them in slow running water. After retting, the non-fibrous material is scraped off and workers pull the crucial fibres from the jute stem. This laborious job is known as stripping and has to be done by hand.
Collection of Jute Cloth
Why Choose Our Personalized Bag
Handmakers Company Aims for Client Satisfction. The major factor keeps us going is the quality of procut and commitment provide to our client (Customer) . we at Handmakers have a common goal to contribute toward more enviromentally friendly surrounding.