Designer Marylou Marsh loves
french terry, which she describes as "a great fabric because on one side it has the nubby texture of a sweater, and on the reverse it is smooth like a heavy jersey. It is a great fabric to tailor, as it holds a shape well. It's excellent for jackets and hoodies because it is quite warm, working like a thermal because of the layer of trapped air. It also has wool-like qualities, which make it great for skirts and warm casual pants."
Combine it with some of our other French terries - Taos Earth Light French Terry, Coral Reef Light French Terry, Sand Dune Light French Terry, and Mountain Lake Light French Terry to create a colorful patchwork throw, or choose to use it either as a single layer or doubled for a set of towels.
Colored using low-impact, fiber-reactive dyes, as always. The fabric weighs 8 ounces per square yard and 13 ounces per linear yard. It's knit in the US (from American-grown cotton).