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97% Merino Wool, 3% Spandex, Organic Wool Interlock Blend -Feltable

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$29.95
97% Merino Wool, 3% Spandex, Organic Wool Interlock Blend -Feltable

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97% Organic Merino Wool, 3% Spandex, Wool Interlock Blend May have a slit line.

Beautifully soft, almost buttery! This fabric is a wonderful weight of 97% Merino Wool and 3% Spandex Interlock fabric. This is the softest feltable wool on the market. It is milled especially for Natures Fabrics. This makes great wool covers, pants and nursing pads. The fibers natural color enables beautiful dying. It is 52" wide and weighs 15 ounces to per yard. This will shrink 25%-30% when felted. There may be errant dark spots or lines on the wool. We leave it in the most natural state post production. Drop ship pricing begins at 25 yards. This product is certified lead free by Microbac labs. It is made with an Oeko-Tex Standard 100 certified wool blend yarn. The Oeko-Tex Standard 100 is a globally uniform testing and certification system for all stages of textile production. This certification ensures that products are free from harmful substances. There is no finer certification than the Oeko-Tex Standard 100. It goes beyond the organic label! p>


     

    

 

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Question:

I know this should be felted before cutting/sewing, but when should it be dyed? If I want to make a few covers out of a yard, and dye them different colors, would I just felt it, cut out my patterns, dye them, and sew them? Or should I dye after sewing? Do I need to do any extra washes after felting to reduce shrinkage before cutting/dyeing? Thanks!

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  • I would dye first, and then, if you feel more felting is necessary you can felt.

Question:

What process are people using to felt this fabric? I assume also that this is done before cutting and sewing?

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  • Wash hot, rinse cold and dry on hot until dry. You want the end product to be 42" wide.

Question:

What process are people using to felt this fabric? I am assuming this is done before cutting?

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  • Yes, you would want to felt the fabric before cutting and sewing. For cloth diapering you want the fabric about 42" wide after felting.

Question:

What happens when I wash this warm after I've felted it? Will it continue to shrink? Has anyone actually tried it?

1 people had same question.

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  • After you have washed it and dried it 2-3 times, it will stop shrinking.

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Do you know when more of this fabric will be available?

2 people had same question.

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  • It is online now, thanks!
  • yes I am working on this now, maybe later in the month. Just waiting for that to ship

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