Pea Green Wool Flannel - $18.00 yd.
Wool flannels in the 18th century consisted of a woolen yarn slightly twisted in the spinning and woven in plain or twill weave and then lightly brushed. This created a soft, spongy wool, not extremely sturdy but useful for a variety of purposes such as petticoats, gowns, under-waistcoats, jackets, children's clothing etc. When fulled, flannel would become very lofty creating a soft but thick fabric. We have come across this shade of green often in our Research in all manner of woolen textiles
- This flannel is light/medium weight.
- Suitable for Ladies' gowns, petticoats, riding habits, redingotes, Men's under-waistcoats, jackets, breeches, trousers, and children's clothing.
- 100% Wool 59 inches wide.
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