Content: 100% yarn-dyed organic cotton
Width: 44 inches
Weight: 6.4 oz
We got in 7 additional colorways in the Robert Kaufman Mammoth flannel line to bring our selection to 14, including some of the new organic line, and in addition to 6 coordinating Shetland flannels! These are thick, squishy, and yarn-dyed with deep, saturated colors. This isn't your big, box store printed flannel. Once you use Mammoth, you'll never go back to that stuff. The Mammoth flannel blooms into this amazing blanket of actual or secret pajamas; the choice is yours. Yarn-dyed also means both sides of the fabric will carry the same print, and with just over 6 oz weight, your pattern options are truly endless. 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. Mammoth flannel is the go-to loungewear fabric and as you can see, so much more.
Shown in the croquis photo in a Seamwork Pauline skirt with the bonus hack and a Clark Tank in a linen look, you can imagine the possibilities. These organic cottons are priced at conventional cotton prices, so snatch them up quickly!
Note that Robert Kaufman also named this colorway Sage, but we renamed it Eucalyptus because it has so much depth in the cool, blue tones of true Eucalyptus leaves. The yarns are sage green woven with cream and teal, so that the teal gives a cooler tone as you can see in the stacked bolts photo with the other Sage Mammoth and the Seaglass Mammoth. We like to give you as accurate color descriptors as possible to make the right color choices for you.