Interfacing Fabric - Various weights, Sew on and Iron On (Per Metre)
This listing is for standard white interfacing measuring 75 cm (29.5")wide or white cotton lawn fusible interfacing which measures 90 cm (35") wide. Interfacing is a textile used on the unseen or "wrong" side of fabrics to make an area of a garment more rigid.
Interfacing come in a variety of weights and stiffness to suit different purposes. Generally, the heavier weight a fabric is, the heavier weight an interfacing it will use. Available in lightweight, medium weight and heavy weight, iron on and sew on. The bumper bags have a good mixture of all the fusible and sew in interfacing. It contains pieces adding up to around 4-6 metres in total. Please note: The cotton lawn interfacing is generally used for dress making and therefore has a lighter glue spray so it is not a strong glue. Please ask for a sample before you purchase if you need to test it first.
Our customers have used this to:-Stiffen or add body to fabric, such as the interfacing used in shirt collars, -Strengthen a certain area of the fabric, for instance where buttonholes will be sewn, -Keep fabrics from stretching out of shape, particularly knit fabrics.
Instructions for use - This interfacing comes on a 100 m roll and does not come with instructions. The following instructions have been tried and tested by our staff and we find they work well with the fusible interfacing.
Please paste the following link into your browser to watch a YouTube tutorial video by Professor Pincushion: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5j_U9_MayvA.