Warmer Than The Mongol Yeti

The earliest account of the Yeti is written by H. Siiger, who reported that people in the Himalayas worshiped a Glacier Being as the God of the Hunt before other religions migrated to the area. No real description of this being is mentioned by Siiger, and while official stamps depict it pale, a lack of hard evidence means any of the eight colors available for this faux fur will still provide a credible yeti pelt.

The fabric is 58 to 60 inches wide and each strand of hair is roughly four inches long. The fabric is made from acrylic and polyester, making it easy to take care of and very durable, not stretching in either direction. Unmatched in warmth, each yard sells for only $28.99, making it an excellent buy for your project.

As this particular fabric doesn’t stretch, it may prove better on larger projects with less pieces, such as winter blankets, couch throws, or wall hangs. If being used for something with more pieces like costumes, take care when cutting or sewing, since fur sheds easily along the edges. You could probably make a coat, cape, skirt or scarf out of it without much risk to your machine.

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