Our natural linen fabric bags are made with a jute cord drawstring for a quick and easy closure; The drawstring is the perfect touch if you're going for a more rustic and natural look! The natural linen fabric provides a neutral color base, which make these bags a great canvas for custom artwork and DIY projects.
Linen Bag Dimensions:
Dimensions: 4 x 6 inches (10.16 cm x 15.24 cm) - Width x Height
**Please Note: Bags are measured from the top to the bottom, these particular bags have about 5 inches of usable space below the drawstring.
Weight: Each linen bag weighs less than 1 oz.
Common Uses of Natural Linen Bags with Drawstrings:
These linen bags very versatile and can be used for a wide variety of events and projects, such as:
Jewelry Pouches and Retail Packaging
Wedding Favor Bags
Bridal and Baby Shower Favor Bags (Bridesmaid Gift Bags, Snack Bags, etc)
Party Favor Bags (Thank You Gifts, Prize Bags, etc.)
DIY Projects (advent calendars, gift packaging, lavender bags, etc.)
What's the difference between Linen Bags andCotton Bags?
Understanding the difference is the best way to ensure that you are choosing the best material for your particular need or project. Both Linen and Cotton are natural fibers; Linen comes from the flax plant and Cotton comes from the cotton plant. Cottonfabrics are softer and fluffier than linen fibers, linen fabrics are initially more crisp but softens after multiple uses.
Because it's absorbency, linen is more breathable, making it a great choice for warmer temperatures. On the other hand, cotton is also absorbent and breathable but it can take longer to dry.
In short, Cotton is also a lot easier for screen prints and heat press than linen, while these jobs can still be done on linen fabric, more pressure should be applied for best results
Suggested Ironing Temperatures in Farenheit and Celcius:
If you are looking to heat press or iron on these linen bags, here is a suggested heat temperature.
Linen: 445 °F (230 °C)
Note: Please understand that this is simply a suggestion, based on past experience. Because there are a wide variety of heat press, irons and heat transfers on the market, it is HIGHLY RECOMMEND that you testfirst.If you're unsure about what temperature to use, start with a low setting and iron on the wrong side of the fabric with a pressing cloth. You can always gradually increase the temperature to remove tougher wrinkles and still prevent scorch marks or stains.