Not currently on hand. Available within 3 weeks wi
A reproduction sumac vegetable dyed wool and cotton fabric woven with a twill pattern which will fade to a “butternut” brown often seen in confederate uniforms and civilian clothing of the 1800's.
Fiber Content: Wool and Cotton.
54 inches wide.
This fabric has been finished/pre-shrunk.
Produced in the USA!
Vegetable dyed using a recipe from a Confederate dye book. Dyed using a historical dying method. Fades to a light tan color. The image below gives an indication of the color this cloth turns after fading. The top portion of the image was kept from sun exposure while the bottom half was exposed to direct sunlight for 9 days. The top portion of the image has lost some of its original color due to heat exposure. We expect that this type of fading would be roughly equivaliant to about 3 weeks of a soldier's life.
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