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Mustard Seed - Wool Melton

£8.00 £10.00
per half metre
Fabric Code: A4d39

Price is per HALF metre. 1 unit = 0.5metres. For 1.5metres, add 3 units.

All cut length orders are sent as one continuous length.

4 testimonios


Weight: Heavy

GSM: 543

Composition: 100% Wool

Width: 164cm / 4.5inch

Pattern repeat: N/A


This warming melton wool fabric is created by closely weaving 100% Wool yarn on both the warp and weft. The fabric is then fulled, just one of the processes used in creating Melton to give that dense felt-like finish.


Mustard Seed is a superb sun-infused golden yellow hue- evoking thoughts of golden summer afternoons. The perfect antidote to the winter blues.  It injects the sunshine and heat of mustard seeds into your style.


This closely woven and felted fabric has a lightly brushed surface that produces a hard-wearing finish. The underlying twill weave can be seen with close scrutiny but is obscured by the lightly napped, felted finish. Made from 100% Wool, this first-rate wool is stable both width and lengthways and boasts a soft, drapey, medium to heavyweight handle too.

Garment Suggestions:

Meltons are versatile felted fabrics with minimal fraying to the cut edges and have the same appearance on both sides. The fabric is traditionally used for coats, jackets, waistcoats and many historical and costume applications as well as capes and stylish wraps.

Other Uses:

Meltons also make an ideal base for (2-D) needle-felted projects, which can be made into bags, cushions, wall hangings, etc. Mustard Seed is also ideal for blankets & throws too! Why not personalise yours with a little needle felting or applique - team with your offcuts of Yorkshire Tweed fabrics for a wonderful combination.

Create deliciously curated, colour-blocked creations by teaming Lavender Sky, Petrol Blue, Black Night all these Meltons have a similar feel and weight.

Customer Reviews

Based on 4 reviews
Susan Jones
Lovely fabric

Great fabric and speedy delivery thank you

Catherine Morton
Lovely fabric, great colour

I love this fabric. It's thick, warm and doesn't look like it will fray at all. It also washes without mjuch shrinkage so will be great for my project.

Wool melton

Purchased for a cosy winter jacket, was delighted with fabric when it arrived, was just as described, can't wait to make my coat ...awesome!!!!

Fabulous fabric bundle

This is gorgeous fabric for a warm coat I am making. I bought it as part of the Fabworks birthday offer and I couldn’t be more delighted with the package that arrived - which included some lovely lining (Gatsby), matching thread and haberdashery bundle, including dress-making scissors. Thank you to the team at Fabworks!

Why choose wool fabric?

Benefits of sewing with Wool! 🐑

We love wonderful wool! Why? Because it looks beautiful, well yes but did you know wool has a series of superpowers that make it the most incredible natural fibre, suitable for more garment suggestions and sewing inspiration than possibly any other?

Wool has a unique naturally crimped 3D structure which attributes to some brilliant properties & makes it a great fabric to wear throughout all the seasons.

Naturally Breathable: This amazing 3D crimped structure promotes air circulation allowing air to pass through the fabric, allowing for circulation and ventilation for your skin to breathe, keeping you cool.

Shower Resistant: Sheep naturally produce a waxy substance called lanolin. As sheep live outdoors, this naturally occurring wax helps to protect sheep from the elements, naturally shedding water & keeping them dry. This same property is retained within the wool fibres when spun into yarn.

Moisture Absorbing: The moisture-retentive superpowers of wool! It’s hydrophilic core gives wool the ability to wick away moisture keeping you dry and comfortable – this possibly one of our favourite properties because you can stay fresh when wearing wool, from autumn right through to spring!

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