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Shetland Flannel in Pimento

Effortlessly fashionable style is well within your grasp thanks to this finely woven, yard dyed cotton flannel. The overall heathered pink-ish Red coloration is achieved through a variation in color of the warp and weft in an even plain weave of slightly slubbed yarns, giving a delightfully textured hand. With an extraordinarily flexible drape, create comfortable wraps, capes, bags, jackets, skirts, shirt dresses and even pillowcases and pillow covers for fall and winter. This red is a tough color to capture. It has so much depth to it. With definite hints of blue and pink undertones, just enough to give it a hint of coolness. I've color matched with Pantone to help ensure accuracy. The closest textile color match is 18-1553 TCX, Adrenaline Rush. Picture number 8, in the listing was taken with no adjustment to the lighting to help illustrate the color depth. I'm not a red person, but I love this color.

This listing is sold per half yard. Select qty: 1 for 1/2 yard, qty: 2 for 1 yard, qty: 3 for 1 1/2 yards, etc. Multiple yards of fabric will be cut in one continuous length.

Yarn dyed = reversible! What are yard dyed fabrics, you might ask? Yarn dyed fabrics are exactly what they sound like. Yarns are dyed into specific colors before being woven into a design. Often varying weights or textures of yarn are woven into the cloth to create a more textured fabric that is frequently double sided. This process takes additional time, planning, and engineering to achieve a particular design and will account for the slightly higher price point of yarn-dyed fabrics.

Supplier: Robert Kaufman
Designer: Robert Kaufman
Collection: Yarn Dyed Flannel
Type: Yarn Dyed Flannel
Fiber Content: 100% Cotton
Weave: Twill Width: 44/45" 6.4 oz per square yard.

Fabric care: Machine wash cold; tumble dry low You can increase the longevity of your fabrics by hand washing, or on a gentle cycle in cold water with like colors using a fragrance free, non-chlorinated detergent. Dry your fabric on a low/medium cycle or line-dry