How is jute yarn? in Fibre to Fabric – Class 6 Science Experiment

Chapter Name: Fibre to Fabric

Activity Name: How is jute yarn? in Fibre to Fabric

Activity Description:

In this experiment, we will examine the process of obtaining jute yarn from gunny bags. We will pull out the threads from the bag and observe them under a magnifying lens.

By doing so, we can analyze the appearance and characteristics of the jute fibers. Additionally, we will compare these fibers with cotton fibers to identify any differences or similarities.

Required Items:

  1. Gunny bags
  2. Magnifying lens or microscope

Step by Step Procedure:

  1. Collect a few gunny bags for the experiment.
  2. Carefully open the gunny bags to access the threads inside.
  3. Gently pull out the threads from the bag, one by one.
  4. Place the threads on a flat surface.
  5. Use a magnifying lens or microscope to observe the jute fibers closely.
  6. Take note of the appearance, texture, and any distinguishing features of the jute fibers.
  7. Compare the jute fibers with cotton fibers, if available.
  8. Record any similarities or differences between the jute and cotton fibers.

Experiment Observations:

  • The jute fibers are long and have a rough texture.
  • They appear to be brownish in color.
  • The fibers may have some impurities or small particles attached to them.
  • The jute fibers are relatively thicker compared to cotton fibers.
  • When compared to cotton fibers, the jute fibers are coarser and less soft.


  • Handle the gunny bags carefully to avoid any cuts or injuries from sharp objects.
  • Use a magnifying lens or microscope with caution to prevent eye strain or damage.
  • Keep the experiment area clean and organized.
  • Handle the jute fibers gently to avoid breaking or damaging them.

Lesson Learnt from Experiment:

Through this experiment, we can learn the following:

  1. Jute fibers are obtained from gunny bags and are commonly used for making various products like ropes, bags, mats, etc.
  2. Jute fibers have a rough texture, are brownish in color, and are relatively thicker compared to cotton fibers.
  3. Jute fibers are coarser and less soft compared to cotton fibers.
  4. The experiment helps in understanding the characteristics and properties of jute fibers, which are important in the process of converting fibers into fabric.

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