Our burlap bags are available in differing sizes ranging from small 14 by 26 inch sandbags to large 27 by 40 inch bags. We also offer large bags with printed reproductions and previously used coffee bags. All of these jute bags have a wide variety of possible uses.
Whether in yardage or bag form, burlap is often used for agricultural purposes like erosion control, plant coverings, storage, and more. Gardeners use burlap frequently because of its Eco-friendly biodegradable properties.
Burlap is becoming increasingly popular for rustic decoration at events like weddings and parties. You can also use it at home for pillow covers and window treatments. Jute bags can easily be converted into these décor projects as well as others like lampshades and furniture upholstery.
One of the most popular uses for our larger burlap bags is for potato sack races. We’ve also seen people convert burlap bags into reusable market totes. There’s no wrong way to use burlap bags!
Burlap is often made using mineral oil which gives it a kerosene like odor that some may find unpleasant. For odor-free burlap bags, go for the hydrocarbon free bags.
To remove creases, you can iron burlap with the iron on the high steam setting. It may help if you spray the burlap beforehand to dampen the fabric. Using muslin or scrap of fabric between the iron and burlap is recommended.
Make sure not to leave burlap bags soaking when washing, and only wash by hand. Click here to learn more about burlap fabric.