Paper Crates made of paper, an adhesive and thread sewn into the paper and a method for making the same. The crate protects the goods outside and inside from damage, has a good appearance, and can withstand sudden temperature and humidity changes. The crate folds piled up Kraft paper and/or the corrugated paper, etc. and stitches the paper together. One or two lines of stitches, 50 to 80 stitches per meter, the thread having a thickness of 300D/3 to 500D/3, the thread being a thick synthetic fiber. The stitches are made before the adhesive fully dries.