From the clothes that we wear, to the bed sheets we sleep on, to the carpets that we walk on are made from yarn. Yarns can be natural or synthetic, jute yarn is completely natural and good for the environment.

The jute yarn is a light strong thread composed of two or more strands. It is one hundred percent biodegradable and pollution free natural material. Yarn can be used for a variety of different purposes. For weaving, knitting, sewing, used in textiles. It is bleached, dyed, processed to serve various uses.

The types of jute yarn manufactured can be classified according to the application or use to which they are put such as fine yarns, hessian yarns, carpet, sacking yarns, etc. These yarns can be further classified into warp and weft yarns, the warp yarns normally being superior to the weft yarns as they have to withstand the cycles of stress during weaving while the weft yarns act more as filler and undergo less strain during weaving process.

To get the yarn, there are different quality and quantity methods. These types of yarn are good, clean and free from specks with high luster. For manufacturing this type of yarn, clean and defect free jute is required.