(Closed) Where to find burlap in Canada?

posted 7 years ago in Decor
Post # 3
811 posts
Busy bee
  • Wedding: December 2011

I’ve not had any luck finding any coloured varieties.

I went to our local landscaping supply/building yard and they sell the regular stuff.

Post # 5
762 posts
Busy bee
  • Wedding: August 2011

I found my at Buckerfields! If you want really tight burlap, ask around at the coffee shops, they usually just hand you the bags. I did that but they offered me a ton of dirty, gross smelling bags so I went to Buckerfields who sells there 3 foot tall bags for a $1 each! 🙂

Post # 8
81 posts
Worker bee
  • Wedding: June 2011

I had this problem too. I was not impressed with fabricland. I found this place online, they are cheap and you could order a yard and then see if you like it first. I got a quotes for shipping to the GTA and it was reasonable and I believe that it fell way under the 10$/ yard that fabricland was charging. I didnt order the fabric since I decided to go another route. Hope that this helps!



Post # 10
2 posts
  • Wedding: October 2013

Home Depot carries it, very inexpensive!

Post # 11
1 posts

This is likely too late to help anyone who has already posted, but maybe it’ll help someone in the future.  I bought my burlap from Hometex.ca: http://hometex.ca/rustic-weddings/burlap-by-the-full-roll 

I got 100 metres of 14″ wide burlap for $65, 100 metres of 2″ wide burlap for $20, and 100 metres of 4″ burlap for $30.  All of this was 10 oz weight (so a bit of a tighter weave).  You can also go to their ‘coupons’ page and get some discounts.  Right now till April 30, 2014 they have a coupon code for 7% off lace and burlap, but they have different codes all the time.  

Also, shipping was really inexpensive.  For my 300 metres of burlap (in a large, heavy box) shipping was only $16.60, and with my $5.00 off discount code, it worked out to $11.60 for shipping.

So my total bill:

100m 14″ burlap: $65

100m 4″ burlap: $30

100m 2″ burlap: $20

Shipping: $11.60

Tax: $16.46

Total: $143.06.

I didn’t think that was too bad at all. 🙂 

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