12oz Organic Twill Tobacco
12oz Organic Twill Tobacco
12oz Organic Twill Tobacco
12oz Organic Twill Tobacco
12oz Organic Twill Tobacco
12oz Organic Twill Tobacco
12oz Organic Twill Tobacco
12oz Organic Twill Tobacco
12oz Organic Twill Tobacco
12oz Organic Twill Tobacco
12oz Organic Twill Tobacco
12oz Organic Twill Tobacco

12oz Organic Sanded Twill Tobacco

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£18.00 /metre
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Description:

A warm rust brown.This is a classic twill made from organic cotton, which has been washed and emerised at the mill for an incredibly soft brushed feel. Suitable for jackets, coats, bags, dungarees and trousers that require some structure, like our Eve pattern.

We have other colours in this range and also, hemp buttons dyed to match this cloth. To see them, click on the 'Alternatives' tab.

  • 150cm wide.
  • 12oz, 410gsm.
  • 100% organic cotton.
  • Due to the nature of the organic cotton yarn which is less refined and processed, there may be the odd white speck in this cloth.
  • The yarn and dyes used are GOTS Certified.
  • Wash at 40 degrees with a non bio detergent.
  • Can be tumble dried on a low heat.
  • Iron on a medium heat.
  • As all computer monitors show colours differently, we recommend ordering a sample of the cloth to check it is the right colour and weight for your project.
  • Thread match Gutermann Sew All 767.
Our Samples

We have made the Foreman jacket in the Tobacco. We've also shown the other colours in the range made up:

Painter's Navy - Harlene

Stanley Tan - Jack Tar Bag

Black - Mary White Dress

French Blue - Ottoline

Hastings Grey - Eve Trousers

Washing Instructions

We recommend pre washing your fabric before sewing. Putting a large piece of medium-heavy weight canvas into the washing machine can sometimes lead to white creases in the fabric, this is because it is a stiff fabric so it doesn't have room to move around. We recommend doing the following to help this not to happen:

  • Wash your fabric on its own for the first wash.
  • Sink your fabric in water before hand, letting it fully absorb, so you are putting in the canvas already wet.
  • If you can break up your fabric into half this will help.
  • For the first wash use a delicate 30 degree cycle with a low spin.
  • If any white creases develop, ironing on a medium heat whilst still damp will help.
  • Can be tumble dried on a low heat.

When you have made the garment we would recommend washing it inside out.

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