Jute has gained a lot of recognition in recent times be it in the fashion industry, home décor or just as items of everyday use. All the factors for its establishment can be placed under two major categories, the first being environmental and the second commercial factors.
In many countries, Sustainalbe Industry is a new revoluion. People come to favor more eco friendly commodities and the concern to do the least amount of damage to mother nature and preserve it for the future generation. The use of jute as a fashion accessory has gained popularity in the same priorities.
It is now being advertised and encouraged even by the top notch designers and brands all over.
As one of the leading fashion bags manufacturers in India, we at Earthyy bags have worked with international fashion labelts, and taken to promote the Golden Fibre as one of the most important materials for enlivening Sustainable Fashion.
As a material, Jute Bags are nonetheles gaining a Timeless status, going around being considered a classic due to its earthy appearance. It comes in a range of bags for every occasion and in innumerable prints, patterns, styles, designs, etc
It has also come to the knowledge that since jute absorbs carbon dioxide, and it can be produced orgnically with minimal hazardous impact to nature, the Sustainablity of this material has more advantages from all aspects.
Another major reason for its popularity in the world of fashion is because it has no serious issue when in contact with the skin. It causes no skin irritation or rashes since it is organic in nature.
Jute can hold various kinds of dyes like natural, vat, sulfur, pigment, reactive, that belong to cellulosic dye classes. With the rise in the demand of natural comfort fibers, the need for blended jute and cotton fiber has increased with the passage of time. Fabrics that are produced from jute and cotton yarns can reduce the cost of wet processing treatments.
The center of the jute plant, called hurd, is a very favourable alternative to wood and is popular in the manufacturing of wood products. So jute harvesting requires less felling of trees. It is a good insulating fiber and can be used to make cloth that can be used in electrical works since the temperature in it passes through gradually because of low warm conductivity. Post every jute harvest we see that the basic foundations of jute plants and leaves remain in the field which helps to make dirt and refine the surface, making it fertile.
Jute is one of the most preferred and reasonable eco friendly options when considering high capacity production. It delivers within a range of 20 to 40 tons per hectare and can be reaped each 4 or half years. The rotation of the jute plant with various other crops also contributes to the increase in the fertility of the soil.
It is now achievable to blend jute with wool. For this to happen caustic soda is applied to enhance pliability, softness and its look. In order to put in the characteristics of flame resistance in jute, liquid ammonia is applied so as to treat with flame proofing agents. Besides blending with wool, new concepts, technology and techniques are pursued to combine jute with polyester and acrylic for manufacturing varied yarns. These variegated jute blended yarns are then utilized to produce value added items such as Home textiles, decorative fabrics, etc. These end fabrics from a range of jute blended yarns displays different qualities, comforts and cost benefits.
The overall quality, production and abundance of jute is seen to benefit the jute bags manufacturers along with the jute bags exporters at large. India being the largest producer in the world, it will play a major role in improving the Indian the economy. Lastly, we see that the estimated value of jute bags revenue is expected to increase to $2.6 billion by 2021.