Empty sack

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Empty sacks are used to store potatoes, onions, and cabbages (10 per sack). Players can make a sack from four jute fibres with a loom using at level 21 Crafting, or buy a sack from any farming shop for one coin. Making one grants 38 crafting xp.

Apart from being used in Farming for carrying vegetables, they are used during Enlightened Journey to make sandbags, and in Eadgar's Ruse. Sacks full of vegetables can also be used as payment for a farmer watching over a player's crops. Sacks may also be used to make scarecrows, by using a sack on a haystack to make a hay sack. The hay sack can then be used with a bronze spear and a watermelon to produce the scarecrow.

The fill sack option will instantly fill an empty sack with up to 10 vegetables. Vegetables chosen to go automatically into the sack are cabbages first, then onions, and lastly potatoes, with the exception of cabbages from Draynor Manor which cannot be stored in a sack. It is not possible for a sack to contain more than one type of produce. The empty sack option, when right-clicked, will put all the contents of the sack into the inventory (or as many as the remaining space allows).

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Creation[edit | edit source]

Empty sack.png Empty sack
Crafting-Hourglass.pngMake-X GE icon.png
38 XP-4 (2.4s) 51
Requirements
Crafting Crafting level21
P2P icon.png Members only
Materials
ItemQuantityPriceTotal
Jute fibre.pngJute fibre41,3785,512
Profit-5,461

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