Jute has earned the title ‘The Golden Fibre’ thanks to its natural lustre that remains even after processing. From the Corchorus genus of plant species, Jute is a long, soft vegetable fibre that is surprisingly strong and has an inherent anti-static quality that makes it easier to work with.

Jute is 100% bio-degradable and is considered to be one of the most environmentally friendly crops as it has so many uses, thus reducing the impact on other, less sustainable natural resources.

Jute is often considered the world’s second most important vegetable fibre, second only to cotton. The finest Jute is grown on the Indian Subcontinent with India and Bangladesh the major global exporters of both Jute fibre and woven Jute products.

Jute is also referred to as burlap or hessian, and can be blended with other fibres both synthetic & natural, and accepts natural, reactive and pigment dyes. The material has anti-bacterial qualities and can be dyed in any pantone color.