FL-12 Super Knit Bonnie Blue polyester 3 X 5 foot flag is printed on silky-looking, knitted polyester fabric and finished with a sturdy nylon header with two brass grommets. This flag is suitable for outdoor use and is of much higher quality than a standard printed polyester flag.
The Burnet Flag was adopted by the Congress of the Republic of Texas on December 10, 1836. It consisted of an azure background with a large golden star, inspired by the 1810 Bonnie Blue Flag of the Republic of West Florida. Variants of the Burnet Flag with a white star, virtually identical to the Bonnie Blue Flag, were also common. Other variants featured the star (of either color) upside down, and/or ringed with the word TEXAS, with each letter filling one of the gaps of the star.