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BLACK & BEIGE MERLE BRUSHED SWEATSHIRT FABRIC
BLACK BEIGE MERLE BRUSHED SWEATSHIRT FABRIC
BLACK & BEIGE MERLE BRUSHED SWEATSHIRT FABRIC
BLACK & BEIGE MERLE BRUSHED SWEATSHIRT FABRIC
BLACK & BEIGE MERLE BRUSHED SWEATSHIRT FABRIC
BLACK & BEIGE MERLE BRUSHED SWEATSHIRT FABRIC
BLACK & BEIGE MERLE BRUSHED SWEATSHIRT FABRIC
BLACK & BEIGE MERLE BRUSHED SWEATSHIRT FABRIC
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BLACK & BEIGE MERLE BRUSHED SWEATSHIRT FABRIC

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This knitted fabric features a black and beige merle pattern with a little bit of a slub to it. The reverse side has been brushed making this a warm and soft fabric to wear. The fleecy back to the fabric traps in air within the fibres making it very insulating, perfect for keeping you warm and cosy in the cold weather! The colours used have a lovely autumnal vibe and will sit nicely within your winter wardrobe. This fabric has a composition of 60% Cotton and 40% Polyester and is quite weighty at 300gsm. This fabric is ideal for jumpers, zip up hoodies, sweatshirts, cardigans, joggers and very wintery pyjamas! This fabric can be washed at 30 degrees. 

This fabric has a width of 160cm.

 As always we endeavour to capture the true colour of the fabric however varying screens and monitors can affect how the colour is perceived.