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Medium Dense / Curly Mohair

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Mohair really is the most wonderful fabric to make Vintage or Old Time Bears with. It's like buying a wig in that it's real hair. The way it works is the more hair per inch the more it costs, the longer the hair the more it costs and so on. It is sooooo easy to work with you will never use synthetic "fake furs" again. We sell our furs in fat quarters that are approximately 18" x 28". This is cut in such a way that you can get a 16" bear or smaller out of the fabric, even when the pattern specifies 1/3 or a yard!

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"Goldie" (14") is an original creation by Bear Aritist, Sue Ann Holcomb of Texas.

Medium Density Mohair / Curly Finish / 3/4" Long (Item # MDM)
This mohair is 3/4" long. It a medium density with a curly finish. It a very affordable quality and a great choice for smaller or larger bears. (Specify Old Ivory, Apricot, Honey Tan, Coco Brown or Antique Brown - shown in order, and black (not shown) "Goldie" of course is shown in Golden. (approximately 18" x 28")

This is a "special order" item call for pricing 604 853-932


"Chesney" (17") is an original creation by Bear Aritist, Sue Ann Holcomb of Texas.

Medium Density Mohair / Curly Finish / Dark Back / 3/4" Long (Item # MDDBM)
This mohair is 3/4" long. It a medium density with a curly finish and a darker backing (shown). It a very affordable quality and a great choice for smaller or larger bears. Dark back furs are neat because when you trim the nose, you see the different colour of backing fur - instant character! (Specify Old Ivory, Light Cinnamon or Golden Tan - shown in order) The bear picture is shown in Cream with a dark back.
$65.99 per fat quarter (approximately 18" x 28")

This is a "special order" item call for pricing 604 853-932


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