Winter can be a difficult time, especially in Russia, where they’re so harsh and inhospitable they turn back invading armies. But nature, and eventually science, figured out the best way to survive in a winter wonderland was to have a thick fur coat.
Synthetic fur lasts longer and provides excellent warmth, and this one is made from acrylic and polyester with a good two inch fur length to bury your fingers in. The width of the fabric is 58 to 60 inches, plenty long enough for a couch throw or to work into a blanket. The coat color is meant to resemble an arctic husky, so there may be a bit of trouble recognizing when it gets dirty, but you can use it as a strip of decoration on purses, boots, and other clothing, or go all out and sew yourself a furry costume.
With proper care of it, each and every yard should last for years to come. That’s important, since every yard sells for $30.99 and you should always get your money’s worth from your product.
Because of the warmth, scarves or muffs would be excellent beginning projects if someone is new to sewing or fur.