Recommended faux fur care:
Hand wash or machine wash with cool water only. Allow to air dry or use no-heat tumble dry if using a dryer. Excessive heat will ruin and melt the fur!
How to remove creases:
1. Lay the fur piece out on a flat surface.
2. Using a hairdryer on medium heat, blow the fur fibers in the direction of the pile. You may want to use a slicker brush to help straighten the fibers.
3. After a few seconds of heat, the fibers should mostly straighten back out. Repeat over the rest of the piece and it should be mostly fixed. WARNING: Don't hold the hairdryer for too long in one spot - this will cause the fibers to MELT which will permanently ruin the fur.
**Please note: preorders have now closed.**
Up for preorder is a small batch of Gingerbread bunny shag! This is sort of a pastel rust/orangey amber color, about halfway between gold beaver fur and orange rust beaver fur that we ran off previously. If you'd like to see the color in person, it will be available to see at FWA 2018.
Preorders will be closing on April 19, 2018 at 11:59pm Eastern time. Charges will be put through on April 20, 2018.
Preorder rate: $70 (may decrease if enough people preorder!)
Current amount preordered: 32 yards (does not update in real time)
We will reach out 2-4 weeks ahead of delivery to confirm that your address has not changed, so please be sure to check out with an email address that you check regularly and add email@example.com to your address book (we promise not to spam you!). If we do not get a response to our address confirmation email within 2 weeks of sending it, the fur will be shipped to the address you originally provided.
This is a new style of fur. It looks a lot like rabbit fur, but is of course totally faux. Very soft and somewhat realistic, this fur is great for any kind of fursuit.
This fur has approximately a 1" pile, and comes in 1 or 1/2 yard increments. Yards average 60" in width. This fur can be used on any part of a fursuit, but is rather long so will need to be shaved down using pet clippers on shorter fur areas, such as the face of a fursuit.