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Naturally Dyed and Woven by Hand: Broken Lozenge Twill' Luxury Yardage

Naturally Dyed and Woven by Hand: Broken Lozenge Twill' Luxury Yardage

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Overview

  • Handmade Supply
  • Craft type: Sewing
  • Cut to size: Yes
  • Length: 11 Yards
  • Width: 20 Inches
  • Purpose: Fashion & apparel
  • Fat quarters: No
  • Hand printed: No
  • Microfiber: No
  • Primary fabric: Twill
  • Organic: No
  • Waterproof: No
  • Primary fiber: Wool
  • Secondary fiber: Viscose
  • Favorited by: 3 people
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Description

Sure to appeal to the tasteful Anglo-Saxon or Viking, this cloth was woven with the authentic reenacted or living history participant in mind!

Handwoven by me, this pattern was popular with the upper class pre-1100AD. The warp was dyed using a cool gray wool yarn and madder root as the natural dye to achieve a rich red tone. The weft is a darker gray. The result is a summer weight wool that would be great as a tunic or as a modern business suit. The finishing process gives the yardage a beautiful, soft, drape.

NOTE: the finished fabric is 20" wide. Let me repeat: the fabric is 20" wide. Before you hit the buy button, please make a test version of your garment using fabric cut to 20" wide and include your seam allowances. Lay out the fitted pieces on 20" wide paper and measure the length so you know how much you will need.

Washing: Dryel in dryer dry cleaning or hand wash with Dawn and add vinegar to the rinse water. DO NOT MACHINE WASH-YOU WILL END UP WITH A PIECE OF FELT!

What can I make with a yard of 20" wide fabric? You can make a collar and cuffs for a tunic, a Hedeby bag (or any pouch, really), a coif, a hat to name a few.
Sure to appeal to the tasteful Anglo-Saxon or Viking, this cloth was woven with the authentic reenacted or living history participant in mind!

Handwoven by me, this pattern was popular with the upper class pre-1100AD. The warp was dyed using a cool gray wool yarn and madder root as the natural dye to achieve a rich red tone. The weft is a darker gray. The result is a summer weight wool that would be great as a tunic or as a modern business suit. The finishing process gives the yardage a beautiful, soft, drape.

NOTE: the finished fabric is 20" wide. Let me repeat: the fabric is 20" wide. Before you hit the buy button, please make a test version of your garment using fabric cut to 20" wide and include your seam allowances. Lay out the fitted pieces on 20" wide paper and measure the length so you know how much you will need.

Washing: Dryel in dryer dry cleaning or hand wash with Dawn and add vinegar to the rinse water. DO NOT MACHINE WASH-YOU WILL END UP WITH A PIECE OF FELT!

What can I make with a yard of 20" wide fabric? You can make a collar and cuffs for a tunic, a Hedeby bag (or any pouch, really), a coif, a hat to name a few.

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