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This is a yummy stack of 4in. X 4 in. 100% cashmere squares in blue and red. They were upcycled by me from thrift store sweaters and are buttery cashmere soft. Did I mention they are CASHMERE? How I love this stuff, and I think you will too....You will receive 12 squares (6 of each each color as pictured). The blue is thicker than I usually see in cashmere, and exceptionally soft. Both are cabled.

Use these for a soft patchwork scarf, applique embellishments, the beginnings of a beautiful patchwork baby blanket, some little lavender sachets or super soft bean bags...whatever you can dream up, these squares will make it extra soft and special.

This sweater fabric has been carefully chosen, washed in hot water with an unscented eco-friendly detergent (Charlie's Soap) and hung to dry. It was then cut into squares by hand using a rotary cutter. Squares may not be perfectly straight, due to the nature of working with garments that were meant to have a rounded (not flat) shape. BUT I do my best to make them as uniform as possible! Note that unlike most wool, Cashmere does not completely felt when subjected to hot water and agitation. These squares are only *slightly* felted but they cut well and will only fray and shed a little bit at the edges (for this reason they would work best for a project that will be sewn or serged around the edges).

Blue and Red Cabled Cashmere Upcycled Wool Felt Fabric Small Squares

Overview

  • Handmade Supply
  • Material: Cashmere
  • Feedback: 233 reviews
  • Only ships to United States from Kentucky, United States.
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