Plaid Wool Coating Deadstock - Light Blue + White

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Plaid Wool Coating Deadstock - Light Blue + White - Swatch

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This one-of-a-kind deadstock fabric, featuring a charming light blue and white plaid, is like a breath of fresh spring air! With a soft, easy-to-wear hand and gentle drape, this midweight coating is great for all kinds of applications. From coats to skirts and beyond, let your spring wear dreams run wild! This fabric is fully opaque and does not require a lining, but you may want to add one for comfort.

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60in / 152 cm
80% wool/20% nylon
Almost Opaque
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Gütermann All Purpose rPET Recycled Thread - Blue Grey 064

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Core Fabrics Sewing Labels: 6 pack - Fewer Better Things

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Reducing Waste from the Textile + Fashion Industry

In the fashion industry, deadstock refers to fabrics that are either surplus or left over from production, including high-quality designer textiles. By sourcing deadstock fabrics, we are giving them a new lease on life and keeping them out of landfills.

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Care Instructions


Always pretreat fabric before sewing to remove chemical sizing from the manufacturing process. This gives you a better sense of the true drape and handfeel of a fabric. We recommend caring for your fabric in the same way you intend to care your finished garment.
Heavier wools like coating should not be washed, but it is very important to remove as much shrinkage as possible before sewing. While it can be taken to the drycleaner for professional steam-shrinking, here’s an easy home hack for less delicate wool. Fill your dryer with damp towels and tumble dry on medium for 20-30 minutes. The steam from the towels will shrink and condition the wool. Use a warm iron with lots of steam when pressing; a press cloth will help prevent 'shine' left from a too hot iron.

Long-Term Care

Hang finished coat in between uses in an area with good air flow. Spot clean when stains occur making sure not to rub. Store in a garment bag in between seasons.

Fabric Tips

When interfacing wool, use a press cloth to apply as it protects your wool from overpressing and your iron from melted adhesive. When possible use 'weft' interfacing. Knit interfacing also works in a pinch.

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From our studio in beautiful Montreal, Canada, we are delighted to ship to makers worldwide. Shipping is free on Canadian and US orders over $150

We ship globally! Non Canadian and US orders and orders under 150$ are calculated by weight.

Orders outside of Canada are subject to customs and duties and are the sole responsibility of the customer. Orders to the US under 800$ are duty-free.

We are committed to investing in sustainability initiatives to counteract the environmental impact of shipping. We offset our carbon footprint by contributing funds for every package shipped to supporting projects that remove excess carbon dioxide from the environment.

We leave a 24 hour buffer before shipping to allow for cancelled orders. Once your order is cut, it is final. For more questions on shipping and returns, consult our Shipping & Returns FAQ.

Customer Reviews

Based on 1 review
Elizabeth Dicrescenzo
Excellent Fabric

The blue and white wool coating was exactly what I expected. It is light and loosely woven, perfect for a summer jacket. I made a Lilliana by Seamwork and I am very happy with the results. The fabric was very easy to work with but I did decide to line the jacket since it is a little loosely woven.

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