Grey faux fur fabric - 100% Polyester. I can sell this as one piece or two or maybe even more!
It's currently a 16 foot by 5 foot (16' x 5') (5+ yards total) piece available for sale.
It's brand new, never used & safely stored in a smoke free environment!
I was going to use it for a goofy furniture idea but changed my mind! :(
I'm seeing this faux fur going for $18 per yard, fyi.
Fur has a 1'' pile and its super soft!
It's perfect for costumes, jackets, vests, coats, wraps, fashion accessories, pillows, throws and more!$25 for the whole 16 foot x 5 foot (16' x 5') piece or make me an offer if you need less than the whole piece.
Please feel free to ask questions. Thanks!Sorry, but due to recent spam email thieves, PLEASE, if you are a serious buyer, please provide your name & phone number so I can text or call you to discuss your interest in this faux fur material. Thx.
Here's some sewing tips for faux fur:
1.Cut in a single layer.
2.Use long pins with visible heads.
3.If you need to cut the fur, use a razor or craft knife to cut through backing only. Cut at a slight angle. This will reduce shedding.
4.Use a 1/2 inch seam.
5.Use a walking foot. Fur is very bulky. It will help if you hold the fabric layers up in the front of the machine to reduce the weight of the fabric.
6.Use a size 14 or 16 machine needle and a longer stitch length. If the faux fur has a knitted back, you will want to use a ballpoint needle.
7.Release fur fibers with a small plastic comb if they are caught in the seam.
8.Sew seams in the same direction the fur runs.