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Mammoth - Country Shirt Yarn-Dye - Bright Red - FLANNEL

Kaufman Fabrics Mammoth - Country Shirt Yarn-Dye - Bright Red - FLANNEL

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11.95 USD US$ 11.95 / yard
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1 yd Min US$ 9.56
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Black, Navy Blue, Bright Red

The wonderful weave and deep yarn-dyed colors of this flannel produce a complex texture to go with the striking plaid pattern. This collection of classic plaids brings flannel to new heights with a rich crepe weave and super soft hand. This is a shirting-quality flannel that is great for apparel sewing. Machine wash warm with like colors, tumble dry low, cool iron. Flannel yarn-dye, wider stripes are about 1-1/4", from the 'Mammoth Flannel' collection by Robert Kaufman Fabrics.
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