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Where do you get yours?
I know JoAnns carries burlap...so you should be in luck. I'm also looking for the old potato sacks to make scarecrows withHey Scatter, I was actually just looking into getting some burlap to possible make a mask to cover my lopsided Ground Breakers (still under construction) head... and found this Burlap - Assorted Colors : Utility Fabrics : Home Decor Fabric : Fabric | Joann.com since there is a joanns sorta close i might just go up there.. but the price doesnt seem to bad.
I've never been to that swap meet...might have to check it outJoAnn's, with a coupon. Entire rolls at a time...
The Swap meet in Riverdale has some occasional goodies, including fabric, you being local and all...
The local (riverdale) potatoe farmer died about 10 years ago, and they've turned the land into homes. I still see lots of vegetables for sale at the swap meet, but not too many potatoes (and thus sacks). Might try a farmers market in the fall.
That's why you need the 50% off coupons for JoAnn's. It covers "a single cut of cloth", usually.It actually looks like it's cheaper to buy at Home Depot. Unless, my math is off, HD is charging about $2.02 per yd and Joann is charging $2.99 per yd. You can get the fabric in wider pieces at Joann's, so that something to consider. I am surprised that the fabric store is so much more. I need to find a feed store and see where they buy their feed sacks.
Even with a 50% coupon you would be paying $1.50 per sq yd versus $1.20 per sq yd.That's why you need the 50% off coupons for JoAnn's. It covers "a single cut of cloth", usually.