WTS: Fabric and Trousers
I have the following three items to sell:
1. 2 yards of Ben Tart Fatigue Blouse Flannel- SOLD
2. "Shoddy" Dark Blue Wool from Family Heirloom Weavers. This was supposed to be flannel but the finishers screwed it up, leaving it a somewhat puffy looking cross between flannel and kersey. Can be used for all sorts of early war "contractor fraud" garments from trousers to a greatcoat. Or whatever you want to make out of it! 59" wide, in two lengths that I'm selling together (2 yds. & 1 yd. 12"). Pieces are ever so slightly different shades. $50 includes shipping
3. Pair of Chris Sullivan 100% wool SA Trousers. Waist 34" and Length 27"-28" (they shrunk up on me). A bit soiled on the knees, and there is a slight tear (about 1/8") on the rear. $75 includes shipping. See photo below.
****In the photo below the fabric is pictured as follows: Left-Tart Flannel, Center-2yd. piece of FHW Shoddy, and Right- 1yd. 12" piece of FHW Shoddy
If you are interested EMAIL me at email@example.com
The only trade I am looking for is 2yds. of Ben Tart's Iron Dyed Jean. Let me know if you've got any and we can work out a deal.
Last edited by NYCivilWar; 05-05-2009 at 08:06 PM.
-Kyle M. Stetz
"I think the prospect for an active and laborious campaign in Virginia is pretty clear and we will again this spring renew our old occupation and struggle between life and death for six more weary months." Capt. Samuel S. Brooke 47th Va. Infantry-- March 27, 1864