Marisol Mac. Rugs. November 23rd , 2017.
To make the rug, you'll require―wool fabric (old sweaters, scarfs, etc.), a needle, thread, lacing, iron, pins, scissors, and a damp cloth. Once you gather all the material, we will begin.
So, do you want the soft, plushy feeling underfoot? Or are you looking for something with tough and durable traits? Ultimately, it all depends on your choice and comfort, and the look desired by you for your home. Peep on for the classification.
This type of dyeing is a costly method used specifically for heavy yarn fibers. Long rolls of carpet are placed in a stainless steel tank containing dye and the temperature of the dye is increased in order to allow the fibers to absorb the color. Usually single solid color dyeing is done in this method but, having alternate stripes of colors is also possible.
Jute is one of the renowned vegetable fibers from which jute rugs are made. It is easily available and is also cost-efficient. It is available in golden color. It is quite sturdy and was thus used by many in making durable like gunny bags. In ancient times, people in Asia also used it to spin clothes that they wore. This proved quite economical. Though it is mainly popular because of its quality of being a great fiber in most parts of the world, its culinary uses can't be ignored. It is widely used in Africa and parts of Middle-east as herb in food. The two variants are named as White jute and Tossa jute. It finds its main use in the rope industry where it is used to make ropes, and also in the matting industry. It has gained its popularity as the second most-used vegetable fiber, the first being cotton.
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