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unique smallbag in dark beige burlap - bag jute - zero waste - cotton reusable bag

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Dark beige burlap bags
20x30cm - 8 x 11, 5 inch


The smallbags are small bags in fabrics of our childhood, carefully made in very beautiful materials.
The smallbags have been designed to get the food in bulk, to organize a suitcase.
or as a summer or evening handbag... once it has adopted them, they are useful for almost everything.
They are made by hand, in France, often unique pieces.


information on burlap:

Burlap is a woven textile made of jute or sisal fibers. It can be used to make rope, nets, bags and similar products.
The jute plant has been used for many years by the India, but essentially to make rope and paper. When the English traders have seen the potential of the plant, they began to export in large quantities. In 1793, the East India Company brought 100 tonnes in Britain. Some jute were brought to Dundee in Scotland, where finally a process has been designed to turn son of jute in large volumes. the jute became an export product important countries that have produced. In 1855, Calcutta became the site of the first factory of jute in India, near the source of the plant. In 1869, he had 5 operation and a total of nearly 1000 loom. When a means of improving burlap was invented the India began to dominate the global market for this product. In 1969, we count 68000 loom. When the Indian subcontinent was divided, the India has lost access to the land devoted to agriculture of jute for the benefit of Pakistan. The India was forced to produce its own plants, while Pakistan has become a major player in the market of burlap.
The strength of burlap is recognized, difficult to tear and resistant to pressure. Burlap is very weather-resistant. Available in many widths, weight and shapes. Burlap is apt to be colorful, sewn, treated for protection against decay and even laminated.
There are many uses for Burlap in the world today as well as be used for bags. It can be transformed into windbreaks to protect growing trees. It is also used to prevent erosion on hillsides, especially during the plantation of new lawns. Burlap offers great protection against animals such as mice and rabbits to young trees that have been planted. Burlap is major aussie in the manufacture of furniture, providing support to the inner parts of chairs and sofas.
Dark beige burlap bags
20x30cm - 8 x 11, 5 inch


The smallbags are small bags in fabrics of our childhood, carefully made in very beautiful materials.
The smallbags have been designed to get the food in bulk, to organize a suitcase.
or as a summer or evening handbag... once it has adopted them, they are useful for almost everything.
They are made by hand, in France, often unique pieces.


information on burlap:

Burlap is a woven textile made of jute or sisal fibers. It can be used to make rope, nets, bags and similar products.
The jute plant has been used for many years by the India, but essentially to make rope and paper. When the English traders have seen the potential of the plant, they began to export in large quantities. In 1793, the East India Company brought 100 tonnes in Britain. Some jute were brought to Dundee in Scotland, where finally a process has been designed to turn son of jute in large volumes. the jute became an export product important countries that have produced. In 1855, Calcutta became the site of the first factory of jute in India, near the source of the plant. In 1869, he had 5 operation and a total of nearly 1000 loom. When a means of improving burlap was invented the India began to dominate the global market for this product. In 1969, we count 68000 loom. When the Indian subcontinent was divided, the India has lost access to the land devoted to agriculture of jute for the benefit of Pakistan. The India was forced to produce its own plants, while Pakistan has become a major player in the market of burlap.
The strength of burlap is recognized, difficult to tear and resistant to pressure. Burlap is very weather-resistant. Available in many widths, weight and shapes. Burlap is apt to be colorful, sewn, treated for protection against decay and even laminated.
There are many uses for Burlap in the world today as well as be used for bags. It can be transformed into windbreaks to protect growing trees. It is also used to prevent erosion on hillsides, especially during the plantation of new lawns. Burlap offers great protection against animals such as mice and rabbits to young trees that have been planted. Burlap is major aussie in the manufacture of furniture, providing support to the inner parts of chairs and sofas.

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Reviewed by Lina Viola
5 out of 5 stars
Sep 2, 2017
Perfect little balg for evenings out, very good customer service, :-) - thank you!
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