Tuesday, December 19, 2017

Nottingham Tattersall Brushed Cotton Flannel Shirt from Mercer & Sons

Made in the U.S.A. - Photos by Salt Water New England
September through March, all of Mercer's brushed cotton flannel fabrics are just a dream to wear - soft and generously cut. (In the coldest weather, a bit of wool, such as found in their cotton/wool blend, is also tempting.)

And now there is one more 100% cotton flannel from which to choose, Nottingham Tattersall.
Silky, Soft Flannel, Individually Hand Cut With Hand Pointed Collars
 "Nottingham Tattersall Brushed Cotton Flannel - Smart 100% Country Cotton Flannel from the British countryside. Cozy up." - Mercer & Sons

Soft Collars - Unlined


7 comments:

  1. Wonderful color-coordination, Muffy. Your shirt and sweater blend perfectly with car interior, steering wheel, and Volvo emblem!!!

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    1. And with the surf on the beach, as well!

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  2. I just spoke to David Mercer and ordered one. He says Merry Christmas

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  3. I buy all of my shirts from Mercer but do not have any cotton flannels. How do you launder them? Any issues with shrinkage?

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    1. A regular machine wash and - after an initial full dryer cycle or two - five minutes in the dryer then air dry. The shrinkage has been comparable to that of their oxfords, perhaps an 1/8 of an inch or so more. This flannel is much more refined than the thicker and more nubby L.L. Bean flannel.

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  4. I hardly wear cotton shirts these days, preferring T-shirts for the warmer months and poloneck skivvies for the autumn and winter.

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