A native or inhabitant of Hesse.
A mercenary or venal person.
No, not a German mercenary or native of Hesse. In this instance, hessian is referring to a coarse sack cloth made from hemp.
A finer quality jute fabric, also called sacking cloth. Jute: Glossy fiber made from one of two East Indian plants (Corchorus olitorius and C. capsularis) used chiefly for sacking, burlap, and twine. Key: To roughen a surface to improve adhesion before painting. Laminate: Layers of different substances pressed together and strengthened to make a tough surface material.
A woven cloth made linen but more often jute, sometimes called canvas. Woven 183 cms (72") wide specifically for upholstery purposes.
A coarse fabric wallcovering in common use.Also known as burlap(USA).
a type of cloth (Crave).
a woven jute canvas of either 3 or 6 mm mesh, used to reinforce fibrous plaster.
This is type of canvas which has a coarse, thick weave.
A coarsely woven, yet open, fabric made from jute yarns in a plain weave. Can be used for embroidery and in the making bags, wallpaper and theatrical scenery. Known in the United States of America as burlap. See burlap, gunny, jute, osnaburg and sacking.
Hessian is a coarse, heavy, loosely woven plain-weave fabric often made of single irregular yarns of jute. It is used in its natural color for carpet backing, bagging, and furniture webbing. It is also dyed and printed for home-furnishing uses. Also called hessian. Also called burlap.
(wallcovering) Closely woven Hessian (Hemp or Jute) is stuck to a heavy paper backing.
A plain simple cloth made from jute. Used for carpet backing and bags (packaging).
A plain cloth made from single yarns of approximately the same linear density in warp and weft, usually made from bast fibres, particularly jute.