You’ve likely heard the term ‘burlap sack‘ used in relation to a potato sack race, but there aren’t really a lot of other situations where we encounter burlap in our everyday lives. So, what color is burlap? Traditionally, the color of burlap has been brown or tan.
Today, it is possible to find burlap in colors …Continue Reading »
A reusable shopping bag that comes in a wide range of fabrics can be used for much more than just shopping. Use a sturdy canvas basket to corral kids’ toys or as a lightweight tote for the beach, lake or pool. Canvas and Burlap bags can even be used in the garden. Grow everything from …Continue Reading »
Paper Mart has a large selection of reusable shopping bags. We carry styles sold individually, by the package, and even by the case! Check out our canvas style tote bags that are sturdy and roomy, which is great for carrying heavy items. We also have biodegradable reusable fabric bags sold by the package or case. …Continue Reading »
How do they make burlap, and what’s in it?
Burlap is the coarse material usually woven from the fibers of jute plants, although sometimes manufacturers use the fibers from flax or hemp plants to make burlap as well. Burlap has an earthy beige color, and most manufacturers don’t dye it. Since the fiber comes from the …Continue Reading »
Durable and versatile, burlap fabric has been utilized for centuries throughout the world. Truly utilitarian, burlap is made from plant-based fibers and has a myriad of uses throughout the home, and even while you’re on the go. The following are just a few of the ways you can creatively use burlap fabric!
Rustic, durable and so very versatile, a burlap sack is no longer just for potato storage (haha). It’s the versatility that makes these bags so appealing. From shopping bags and gift bags to party favors and decorative accents, burlap sacks are the cloth bags that provide a wide array of decidedly chic and contemporary uses. …Continue Reading »