I’m all tied up in knots over this rope and iron chandelier. That is if I could tie a few knots which I was never good at. But it seems to be no problem for this chandelier. There are boating knots like the Anchor Hitch, the Butterfly Loop, the Bowline and thirty some more. Then there are all kinds of fishing knots, climbing knots and of course necktie knots. Finally, a knot that I know how to tie. But the knots that I like the best are those used to make this over sized rope and iron chandelier.
Rope and Iron Chandelier
Rope is probably the most common product made from jute, a long, soft vegetable fiber that can be spun into coarse strong threads. Jute is one of the most affordable natural fibers and is second only to cotton in the amount produced and variety of ways it can be used. It is a rain fed crop and unlike cotton, jute needs very little fertilizer or pesticides so it is easy to grow. More importantly, jute is one hundred percent biodegradable and recyclable making it environmental friendly. It doesn’t get better than that. There are many uses for jute in making fabrics for bags, wall coverings and even flooring. But I like jute especially for this rope and iron chandelier. Hang this chandelier over the dining room table to wow your dinner guests or in the front foyer to make a grand entrance. Either way this chandelier will set the stage for character and style in your home. Got jute?