Content: 100% Cotton
Width: 42 inches
Weight: 8.7 oz/square yard
From the people that brought you Mammoth flannel, Robert Kaufman now has Taos Flannel. Southwest art inspired jacquards woven with yarn-dyed fibers give you a wearable "right" and "wrong" side, and they're just as soft as they look. The 8.7 oz is that nice mid-weight that could go shirt/shacket or body-friendly, elastic waist pants or skirt. The ultimate signature outfit piece would be something like a Sew Liberated Lichen Duster or an Ilford Jacket. It would make a fun SH7 Free Range Slacks where you could play with the reversible nature in the pant side panels. We also love the Hey June Vero Beach Set. A woven pull-over with a casual beach vibe is just the thing for transitional seasons. Or just hem a big rectangle and throw it over the back of your sofa for a budget-friendly Pendleton look. Your options are endless.
Many fabrics in the Sewing Studio are "dead stock" fabrics from the fashion industry, and fiber content is sometimes best educated guess. Sourcing in general is less predictable during COVID-19, and it's very rare to restock a dead stock fabric during normal circumstances. We source and purchase only what we feel to be of the highest quality for our customers.
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