Robert Kaufman flannels have been our go-to during the winter months. They’re 100% cotton with a woven (rather than printed) design. This means they’re super soft, thick, and affordable! What’s not to love? They have now released a new line, called Taos flannel, and we can’t get enough of them. Bonnie recently made a Sewing Workshop Quincy Jacket (sadly, that pattern is now out of print) with the blue Taos flannel, and it turned out to be the perfect fabric for a fall jacket!
This fabric lends itself to patterns that have a yoke, side panels, or other details where the reverse side can be used as a fun contrast. While this pattern is no longer in stock, this fabric would also make a great Grainline Tamarack Jacket, Sewing Workshop Tremont Jacket, or even a cozy Wiksten Kimono. This fabric also comes in black with red and red with cream.
What will you make with the Taos flannels?