Category:Hessian (cloth)

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Français : Toiles de jute
English: Hessian (or burlap in the U.S.) is a woven fabric usually made from skin of the jute plant or sisal fibers, or may be combined with other vegetable fibres to make rope, nets, and similar products.
woven fabric from jute or sisal
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Mo'e'éšé'hóno (chy); toile de jute (fr); Arpillera (ca); Hessian (de); serrapilheira (pt); گونی (fa); 粗麻布 (zh); Sækkelærred (da); hessian (en); Burlap (ja); hesián (cs); խսիր (hy); Säckväv (sv); juteweefsel (nl); Рогожа (uk); Həsir (az); Burlapas (lt); arpillera (es); Рогожа (ce); Säkkikangas (fi); Жөке (kk); خيش (ar); јутена ткаенина (mk); Рогожа (ru) woven fabric from jute or sisal (en); geweven stof uit jute of sisal (nl) burlap (en); Hessian、burlap, ヘシアンクロス, 黄麻布 (ja); zakkengoed, gonje (nl)


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Media in category "Hessian (cloth)"

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