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Jute ribbon is made from a hard, absorbent material called Manila jute. Its fibers are light and its core materials are nature's gift to health and beauty. It is used for braiding, printing and displaying textiles are a large part of its history.
Jute was first woven in the third century B.C. It was popular in many regions. Woven with tight, continuous strands of twisted fibers, jute made a soft, durable, and light fabric that was also heat resistant and air permeable. Jute made goods quickly, with less time spent weaving the material.
Jute was used for fabrics in the eighth century. It was more likely to be woven together with grass and grasses. In a few instances, it was combined with other types of fiber. Jute was often dyed and used for an array of purposes. It was cut into ribbons and rolled into shapes.
By the time of the Arab conquest of India, jute was in use as a more rugged, colorful silk type that was intended for apparel. The Arab invaders added their own spin to the product by adding gold threads to the braids to create "golden threads." The Arabs made golden and green jute into hank weights to pack goods in large sacks. Gold pieces were attached to jute for the same purpose.
Jute was also used as a decorative wrap during the early Italian Renaissance. It was woven into round, flat and curving baskets and strapped onto columns or suspended from the ceiling. Jute was often tied to roses and other flowers.
Jute was being used in gardens during the middle ages. Its simplicity in manufacturing and its ease of use made it an obvious choice for gardening purposes. It was woven and tied on wicker baskets for protection. It was later developed into woven floor coverings for rooms and for displaying textiles.
Its versatility was seen in various forms of carpet designs. Its roll-out nature makes it a popular rug material and in many wall hangings today. With its natural absorbency, it makes a wonderful fabric for clothing and undergarments.
Jute is a beautiful, natural material that has been shaped and transformed for centuries. Its adaptability is its real strength. Its versatility has made it a favorite amongst manufacturers and users.