Left Continua con gli acquisti
Il tuo ordine

Non hai nessun articolo nel carrello

You might like
Da £1.00
Mostra opzioni
£5.00 £11.00
Valuta

Fabworks Yorkshire Tweeds

Our Yorkshire Tweed fabrics are created by the same team of expert craftsmen that produce the Fabworks Heart of Huddersfield Collection. From yarn through to weaving and finishing, these beauties are made int' Yorkshire mills by Yorkshire folk!

Morning Mist - Marled Melton

£12.50
per half metre
Fabric Code: A2a53

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.


2 recensioni
Descrizione
Introduction:

Morning Mist 2 - Marled Melton is an all wool melton fabric just like its predecessor from the Valley Mist collection, one of our very special exclusive Heart of Huddersfield wools.

Colour:

The blend of misty raincloud grey tones in Morning Mist produces this misty and hazy overall soft grey tone, inspired by the forever changing landscape of the Holme Valley that was typically clothed in mist and fog during more industrial times.

This 100% wool is created by weaving a natural and grey marled yarn on the warp and weft. The fabric is then filled, one of the processes used in creating meltons, to give that felt-like finish. Each marled melton is then piece-dyed to its unique colour, emphasising the darker underlying grey fibres to create a multi-tonal marled effect, hence the name: Marled Melton.

Properties:

This closely woven, felted and brushed 100% wool has a versatile medium/heavyweight and a traditional wool feel that is lightly brushed and cosy. Boasting a stable handle that drapes reassuringly.  Morning Mist is perfect for keeping the elements out and being a wool fabric, it will do as you tell it. Woollen fabrics of this kind are easy to sew and will stand the test of time.

Garment Suggestions:

Dressmakers, Reenactors, Costumiers, Interior Designers and Craftspeople: you will find a plethora of uses for this first-rate melton fabric, taking you through Autumn /Winter and into Spring.

Dressmakers: this fabric is ideal for fashioning classic outerwear pieces and hard-wearing separates, these meltons will keep you especially warm and dry without being too heavy or bulky. Start with simple gilets and waistcoats or stylish wrap skirts for a quick make.

When your sewing skills are more established, jackets, coats and capes will give you all the sewing satisfaction you could wish for, try classic pea coats, duffle coats and oversized statement coat styles. Choose a complementary lining to give a sophisticated finish to garments that will soon become perennial favourites. This hard-wearing felted wool fabric is also ideal for field-style jackets and country clothing. Style your Morning Mist makes with other jewel tones from the Valley Mist collection for a rich and coordinating palette.

Reenactors and Costumiers: you will delight in the natural hues of this 100% wool. A hard-wearing fabric superb that is for outerwear. A classic weave that is naturally weatherproof, full of natural fibres, with natural colours and a classic wool feel.

Interior Designers: a wool fabric featuring that typical rugged look will help you to create a range of cosy but quirky nature-toned soft furnishings. Cushions, throws, blinds and curtains will all look subtle yet striking in the home.

Craftspeople: appliquéd cushions, bag making, door stops, draught excluders, hats, caps, neck warmers, mittens & wrist-warmers, throws & blankets and much more. Whatever this fabric inspires you to do!

The Perfect Fit: having put the whole collection together and tested out colour and weave combinations, we think that Morning Mist matches perfectly with the other mysterious and misty tones in the Valley Mist collection as well as all the other Marled Meltons.

Specifications:

Weight: Medium / Heavy

Composition: 100% Wool

GSM: 410

Width: 152.4cm / 60inch

Pattern repeat: N/A

Looking for haberdashery to coordinate with your fabric? Click here for our trims, haberdashery & other sewing essentials!
Click here for any queries relating to the HOH range please see our HOH FAQs page tailored to this specific collection of woollens.
Garment Suggestions:
To see more suggested sewing patterns click here.

The Pattern Stash:

Coats & Jackets:

 Dresses & Skirts:

 
Try before you buy:

If you'd like to purchase a sample of this fabric, please use the selector above & select the option: Sample.

Customer Reviews

Based on 2 reviews
50%
(1)
50%
(1)
0%
(0)
0%
(0)
0%
(0)
A
Angela Burman
Very happy

Beautiful fabric, which I will be using to make mouse and bear characters for my shop

M
Magda
A bit thin

I was expecting it to be a much heavier fabric. It is awfully thin, almost suitable for a dress. Hopefully with lining it will be ok for a spring coat.

Introducing

Fabworks Yorkshire Tweeds

Our Yorkshire Tweed fabrics are created by the same team of expert craftsmen that produce our exclusive HoH Collection. From yarn through to weaving and finishing, these beauties are made int' Yorkshire mills by Yorkshire folk!

Origins:

Made in Yorkshire mills by Yorkshire folk! This is one of Fabworks’ famous Yorkshire-made pure wool fabrics, constructed using surplus yarns that have been recycled & repurposed to create limited runs of exquisite quality classic tweed styles. Locally manufactured within an 8-mile radius of Fabworks, UK-spun wool yarns sourced from across the country are put into weave at some of world’s most renowned tweed mills, located in Huddersfield (West Yorkshire, England, UK). The heritage and quality of these items represents classic British manufacturing, in the heart of The Heavy Woollen District of West Yorkshire, renowned for its expertise in wool textiles manufacture.

These are all bespoke one-off pieces that are only available at Fabworks, conjuring heritage, sentiment and locale into the curation of classy colour palettes with a colourful and eco-friendly sustainable twist.

Properties & Detailing:

Featuring a range of different weaves, weights and finishes, you will find herringbones, twills, tartans, block checks, birdseyes, jacquards, houndstooths & other special weaves. You may even spot some completely unique weaves in this collection, where along with our manufacturer, we have been able to create brand new & completely niche weave patterns. The weavers who produce these beautiful cloths are experts in their field, operating a small family-run setup, just like our Fabworks family, offering completely unique one-off limited runs.

Fabric: Wayside Emerald - Best Block Check from The Heart of Huddersfield Crosshatch Chronicles collection A/W 2023

Uses:

All the Yorkshire Tweed fabrics are suitable for a range of practical purposes, from classic wool jackets & coats, to quirky skirts & home furnishings. With a minimum rub count (Martindale) of 20,000 these fabrics are equally serviceable for soft furnishing around the home either as tweed curtains, cushions or pouffes.

Did you know? Wool fabric has been used in garment manufacturing for generations, with the first recorded piece of woollen clothing produced over 10,000 years ago? These Yorkshire Tweeds are timeless classics, with their mediumweight allowing for exceptional versatility in both clothing, craft and light soft furnishings.

Fabric: Wayside Emerald - Best Block Check from The Heart of Huddersfield Crosshatch Chronicles collection A/W 2023

ABOUT FABWORKS

Fabworks Essential Information