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Seawool - Yarn-Dye FLANNEL - Teal - RECYCLED BLEND - 57" WIDE

Kaufman Fabrics Seawool - Yarn-Dye FLANNEL - Teal - RECYCLED BLEND - 57" WIDE

US$ 19.95 / yard

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The yarns for this unique plaid flannel are 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. The result is a fashionable, sustainable, and eco-friendly fabric. Machine was cold, tumble dry low, iron on low no steam, okay to dry clean. 51" wide, 68% recycled seawool PET, 21% poly, 11% rayon, yarn-dye, horizontal repeat is about 2-1/2", from the 'Seawool Heavy Flannel Plaid' collection by Robert Kaufman Fabrics.
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