Banana Fibre

BANANA FIBRE (Musa Sapientum)
This plant is a native of the West Indies, and the fibres obtained from it are fine, and so crossed over each other that they resemble a knitted fabric. The natives make bags and garments from it.

Dictionary of the English textile terms. 2014.

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