Origin of burlap17th-c. borelappe(s) from uncertain or unknown; perhaps Middle English borel, coarse cloth ( from Old French burel: see bureau) + lappa, hanging part of a garment, lap (akin to German lappen, Dutch lap, rag)
a coarse cloth made of jute or hemp, used for making sacks, in upholstering furniture, as a backing for carpets, etc.
A strong, coarsely woven cloth made of fibers of jute, flax, or hemp and used to make bags, to reinforce linoleum, and in interior decoration.
Origin of burlapOrigin unknown
- At a more informal or rustic wedding, chairs can be covered in burlap sacks and tied with raffia.
- You will need to cover the entire planter with burlap, wrapping it securely around the planter itself, and adding a layer of heavy-duty plastic or a plastic tarp over the entire terra cotta or stone surface.
- Natural wood, woven baskets, burlap sacks, fabrics such as cotton and jute - these natural, organic materials are a part of any safari and translate well into the home.
- Bare root means the plant is not in any sort of container and the roots are exposed, while a balled and burlapped tree has its roots in a soil-filled burlap sack.
- For example, you could apply a brick, canvas, burlap, or sandstone texture to a design to give your paper added depth and dimension.