Rugs. Friday , August 11th , 2017 - 19:04:11 PM
Sisal is yet another vegetable fiber, native to Central America. It is obtained from the leaves of the sisal plant. The fiber is extremely coarse. Unlike jute, sisal can't be used in the fabric industry. It finds ample use in the making of rugs, mats, and ropes, keeping in mind its high durability. The fiber also is used in making decorative and ornamental items. It is also used in paper industry. Oflate, due to its durability and coarse nature, the fiber is being used in making furniture and plastic. It is also used in the construction industry. The fiber, at its natural state is straw-colored. However, with the headway progress all square, this fiber also faces stiff completion from the artificial synthetic fibers, like most natural fibers do. However, this happens to be a favorite among those who are in favor of using natural fibers.
Once you are done with the strips, it's time to cut the gridded mat of the required size. Take the measuring tape and mark borders on the grid mat for the size of rug you want, using a pen. Cut the mat along the border and proceed to the next step.
Similar to how we braid hair or a ribbon, we will take these 3 strips. Hold the left braid in left hand, right braid in right hand, and keep the center strip in right or left hand.
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