Ths piece has a flaw as the grain of the fabric is not straight so when folded in half the selvages will cross over. You would need to lay pattern pieces flat rather than on the fold or use this fabric for smaller items like scarves where the drape will hide any skew in the grain. See the last 4 photos where the fabric has been folded over but the selvages do not meet which show the flaw.
Why Polypropylene and merino blended together:
1. The fabric gives warmth without weight
2. Moisture is moved away from the skin with the white honeycomb side.
3. Polypropylene retains heat longer for better comfort. The fabric has the sportwear backing which is designed to have maximum air trapped next-to-skin in the wool layer of the fabric meaning higher levels of warmth, moisture can then travel through the merino to the polypropylene surface where it is evaporated out of the fabrics structure without giving the wearer the feeling of 'clamminess'.
4. Mould, bacteria and mildew cannot grow on polypropylene and merino has in itself natural odour repellant behaviour meaning product can be worn for long periods of time and will not smell.
Colour: Cod grey marle on the right side with a white honeycomb backing.
Composition: 56% New Zealand merino wool and 44% polypropylene
Nice for tops, baselayers. Singlets, camisoles, sports wear, and leggings.
Machine or hand wash.