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New wool/spandex jersey at Nature's Fabrics

Nature's Fabrics is excited to announce the arrival of our new wool/spandex jersey fabric! This high-quality wool fabric material is perfect for a variety of projects, from cozy tops to stylish dresses. Read on to learn more about this versatile fabric and how you can incorporate it into your next sewing project.

What makes wool/spandex jersey special?

Our new wool/spandex jersey combines the natural warmth and breathability of wool with the stretch and comfort of spandex. This blend creates a fabric that is not only soft and cozy, but also has excellent recovery and shape retention. With a touch of spandex, these wool fabrics are perfect for garments that require a bit of stretch for a comfortable fit.

Benefits of wool/spandex jersey

Wool is known for its natural insulating properties, making it ideal for keeping you warm in cooler weather. The addition of spandex in our jersey fabric ensures that your garments will maintain their shape and stretch, even after repeated wear. This fabric is also easy to care for, as it is machine washable and retains its color and shape well over time.

How to use wool/spandex jersey

Whether you're a seasoned sewist or a beginner, our wool/spandex jersey is easy to work with. This woollen fabric is perfect for creating a wide range of garments, from fitted tops to flowing skirts. The stretch in the fabric makes it ideal for sewing projects that require a bit of give, such as leggings or activewear. With the right tools and techniques, you can create beautiful, professional-looking garments with our wool/spandex jersey.

Visit Nature's Fabrics today to explore our new wool/spandex jersey and start planning your next sewing project. With its luxurious feel, excellent stretch, and natural warmth, this fabric is sure to become a staple in your fabric stash. Order your yardage today and get ready to create stylish and comfortable garments that you'll love to wear.

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