Freeze The Warmth Inside

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Like an evergreen after a snowfall, the strands of this fur are frosted differently from their base, providing a project two unique colors when it shifts. While most of the sixteen colors are based and backed white, one is done black and another in red. Real fur rarely takes to dye this readily, but this synthetic fabric is made with acrylic and polyester, with a pile depth of roughly two inches to twist your fingers into.

Although it advertises itself as frozen, this faux fur is like most of its brethren, being downright unparalleled in warmth. It’s durable enough for the wear and tear of costumes, fancy boots, and bags, with no stretching in any direction. And because it’s so easy to care for, it can also be used for more regular use, such as a throw on couches or bedding, even casual clothing. A solid 60 inches across, two or three sheets of this sewn together would make a blanket warm enough to survive any dismissal to the couch.

Care should be taken though as the edges are apt to shed. If you’re not used to the fabric or it’s a brand new project, order extra while it’s $27.99!

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Frozen Shag Faux Fake Fur Long Pile

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Unique Shag For A Uniq-You

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Sporting names like Raspberry, this dual tone patterned fur comes in five distinct shades for only $29.99 a yard. The material is made chiefly of acrylic with some polyester and doesn’t stretch, so it should do well for any type of project you want to use it for, provided you remember that you have to deliberately put in the excess give. A single yard has a width of 58 to 60 inches, giving you plenty of playing space. With a fur depth of roughly three inches though it might get caught underfoot as shaggy leggings.

These colors will provide a bold statement for your fur-covered costumes or adorning your bedding as a blanket. Faux fur is arguably more durable than real fur and has less shedding during the cutting and sewing portions of your work, but expect some anyway and plan for it by working slow and leaving extra on your trims. You can always cut off leftover, but you can’t add any back.

If you end up with too much scrap, don’t hesitate to use it for a scarf or make yourself a unique handbag. If they’re long strips, you can braid them for a look all your own.

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SABREWULF FAUX FAKE FUR

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Warmest Wolf In The Frontier

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Two inches thick and sixty inches across, this handsome two-tone faux wolf fur sells for $35.99 a yard. Although perhaps pricey for smaller budgets, the warmth it provides cannot be matched by real furs, nor can they surpass it in ease of care and durability, shedding and stretching in odd ways. This synthetic coat doesn’t stretch at all and sheds very little, making it ideal for fur coats and clothing, whether you need it for a costume or for your every-day wear.

Of course, wearing it may not appeal to everyone, but who doesn’t love to snuggle down into fur during the winter? You can make this into a bedspread with matching blankets and pillows. If you want to show it off in the living room, you can make a cover for a couch or hoop chair and pull a matching throw over yourself.

If you’re building a rustic setup? Back it with a more sturdy material for a rug, or use it to upholstery your in-home bar. Affix terrycloth to the inside and really old-school your bathroom towels. Think big, think like a frontiersman, and you’re unlikely to run out of ideas for every last inch of this.

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Warmest Wolf In The Frontier

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