Some fabrics acquire a
certain reputation and have a hard time shaking it. Burlap is certainly
one of those fabrics; it has a reputation for being drab and
uncomfortable. It may be hard to think of uses for burlap outside of
Sand Burlap Fabric can be embroidered with fabric scraps, yarn
and other remnants to create wall hangings. It can also be employed
with the ends sewn up for a rustic window treatment. Stretched over a
frame it can be used as an alternative to canvas for painting.
The misconception of burlap as a rough, primitive fabric could prevent
you from discovering the true nature of this versatile deorative and
craft fabric. Get to know burlap with our Sand Burlap Fabric. This
basic fabric staple has a sand color.
Sand Burlap Fabric is tough and durable enough for use in
construction and crafts. It can also be used as a weed
barrier. Sand Burlap Fabric can be used for backing for rugs,
wall hangings, upholstery and decorative dollies.