Tan, Black, and Red Houndstooth Plaid Wool
Tan, Black, and Red Houndstooth Plaid Wool
Tan, Black, and Red Houndstooth Plaid Wool

Tan, Black, and Red Houndstooth Plaid Wool


Regular price$32.95
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This mid-weight classic tan houndstooth wool is an ideal material for jackets, pants, vests, and skirts. Featuring a tighter weave than some of our other wools, this gorgeous apparel fabric offers light structure with the warmth of wool.

One of the benefits of fabrics that are purchased through jobbers (more information on jobbers below) is their one of kind nature. That said, it can be complex to provide the in-depth information we typically include in our listings. For questions regarding the feel, weight, or suitability for certain projects, please call or email the shop for further help. We're happy to share more about these unique fabrics!

Width: 56"
Fiber Content: 100% Wool

This gorgeous wool came to Fiddlehead's via a trip to a New York City Jobber.

A Jobber purchases large quantities of deadstock from mills and then sells them wholesale in smaller quantities. Because of this set up, some information like the fabric's origin or its exact fiber content is not readily available. At Fiddlehead's we take the information the Jobber is able to provide and then do our own tests in the shop. We take our time comparing the fabric to other well understood fabrics in the shop in addition to conducting a burn test. All fibers have their own unique smell, smoke, ash, burning style, and burn residue which makes a burn test fairly helpful in determining a fabric's fiber content.

Using the above mentioned methods Fiddlehead's does its best to accurately reflect the quality and fiber content of all deadstock fabrics carried in the shop. If you have any questions don't hesitate to call or email the shop about this special fabrics.

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Located at 64 Main Street in the beautiful coastal town of Belfast, Maine