Trade Wool - 85% Wool

Trade Wool - 85% Wool

Trade Wool - 85% Wool

(Priced per Yard & 5 Yards)

Product No. 3601-085


Normally: $49.00

Unit description: Price & Price Options display when unit is selected.

Quantity Price
1 Yards + $49.00 /Yards

OUT OF STOCK - Orders for this will be backordered!

Product Details

We have improved the quality of our wool trade cloth and now make it in 100% wool! Our wool trade cloth is available in twelve colors that are ideal for Native American regalia and historic reenactor military uniforms.

NOTE: ONLY Colors 001, 081, 218, & 265 will be stocked in the future. All other colors are being discontinued and will only display here as long as we have some in stock. There will be NO BACKORDER on the discontinued colors: 036, 037, 038, 146, 153, 247 & 254.

Native American Regalia Uses: Great for aprons, breechclouts, leggings, skirts, blankets, coats and military uniforms. It's ideal for beadwork and ribbonwork and is often bound with ribbon, braid or a felt binding (often cut with a sawtooth edge to simulate Stroud Cloth. Colors: Black, Red, Yellow, Green, Blue.

Military Uniforms for Reenactors: This high quality wool is tightly woven with a soft, velvety finish, making it great for Civil War military uniforms as well as other period clothing such as breeches, great coats, weskits, capes, etc. Colors: Slate Grey, Lt Grey Mix, Dk Grey Mix, Butternut, White Cream, Cadet Blue, Slate Blue.

60" wide ~ Priced by yard and 5 yeards. Made in the USA.

Photo credits for images demonstrating use:

Credit Above Photo: Crazy Crow Trading Post, Crow Leggings Kit, Product No. 4840-201-001.
Credit Above Photo: Crazy Crow Trading Post, Trade Cloth Dress Pattern, Product No. 4799-500-019.
Credit Above Photo: Daniel Schwen, CC BY-SA 4.0, via Wikimedia Commons. Civil War reenactment at Kennekuk County Park, near Danville, IL.
Credit Above Photo: AgnosticPreachersKid, CC BY-SA 4.0, via Wikimedia Commons. Battle of Front Royal Reenactment.
Credit Above Photo: C Watts, CC BY 2.0, via Wikimedia Commons. Fort Monroe Civil War encampment April 2017.
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