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Twill - Recycled "Seawool" Flannel in Red

Contents: 49% RECYCLED SEAWOOL PET 33% POLY 18% RAYON
Width: 57'' wide
Weight: 8.21 oz. per square yard

Seawool(R) is made from post-consumer oyster shells, which are crushed, mixed with plastic (PET) from recycled plastic bottles and spun into yarn which is naturally anti-static, anti-odor, anti-bacterial, quick drying, and soft to the touch. These are thick, squishy, and yarn-dyed with deep, saturated colors. You can make pants like the Sew House 7 Free Range Slacks, the Untitled Thoughts Chandler Pants, or Seamwork Joss pants. What about a wrap skirt like the Seamwork Laura, the Karen LePage Wander Skirt, or the Sew House 7 Nahalem skirt to wear over your favorite chunky winter tights? The reversible nature of the fabric really makes the wrap skirt top shelf. Or perhaps the most obvious make for reversible, layer-able fabrics is the Sew Liberated Metamorhic Dress. Feel good about treating yourself and the earth with this scrumptious fabric.

*Many fabrics in the Sewing Studio are "deadstock" 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 deadstock fabric during normal circumstances. We source and purchase only what we feel to be of the highest quality for our customers. Due to setting fluctuations on monitors, photo color accuracy cannot be guaranteed.

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