About Being able to Look GOOD in a Burlap Sack
Ida Tomshinsky. In addition, Mrs. Tomshinsky offers set of books in the History of Fashion Accessories Series Socks: History and Present, Gloves: History and Present, and Dairy of the Handkerchief.
This book is about natural magic burlap, the natures gift to civilization. It is a manmade textile creation given to us by a plant called jute. Learn the history and try by giving yourself a chance to explore the old with a new outlook. In the end of your educational experience, you will be able to look good in a burlap sack.
Burlap or Jute Hessian cloth
Burlap is a finer quality jute fabric that has been long used as the most preferred packaging material for all kinds of goods. Burlap meets the latest international standards for food safety. Burlap also known as Hessian, a plain woven fabric, made of good quality jute yarn. Burlap is used for a wide range of applications and is exported all over the world both in cloth form, and in the form of bags. Both cloth and bags are made in a wide variety of fabric constructions, frequently to conform to the buyer's specifications.
Physical Properties of Burlap
Strength - Burlap is exceptionally strong in proportion to construction, both in tensile strength and tear resistance.
Resists Weathering - Burlap stands repeated wetting and drying with minimum loss of strength.
Versatility - Burlap is available in a wide variety of widths, weights and constructions
Burlap in Use
Burlap has many applications. It is all about being able to look good in a burlap sack.