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Calling all sewists and seamstresses! Add definition to your crafting project with interfacing! It's super easy to use as you can just steam iron it on, this lightweight fusible interfacing is a must for so many different crafting and sewing projects. The stabilizer, when ironed on the wrong side of your fabric, will strengthen and stiffen it a little. A perfect option for a lightweight fabric that will wear down from many washes.
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What is Interfacing? Interfacing is a textile used on the unseen or "wrong" side of fabrics to make an area of a garment more rigid. Interfacings can be used 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.
* easy to iron on
* lightweight non woven interfacing
* will add strength to fabric
* white polyester
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10 ideas on what to use interfacing for by Kimberly Galeano
Reinforcing Collars and Cuffs: Lightweight fusible interfacing adds structure and stability to collar and cuff areas, preventing them from becoming floppy or misshapen over time.
Enhancing Buttonholes: Interfacing reinforces the fabric around buttonholes, making them more durable and preventing fraying or stretching.
Providing Support for Zippers: By fusing interfacing onto fabric near zipper areas, it adds stability, ensuring smooth and secure zipping.
Creating Crisp Hems: Lightweight fusible interfacing helps maintain sharp and neat hems, giving garments a polished and professional look.
Strengthening Waistbands: Interfacing adds strength to waistbands, preventing them from stretching out and maintaining their shape, especially in skirts and pants.
Supporting Appliqué and Embroidery: When applying intricate designs, interfacing stabilizes the fabric, making it easier to sew on detailed appliqués or embroideries.
Preventing Stretch in Knits: By applying interfacing to knit fabrics, it minimizes stretching and distortion, allowing for more controlled and accurate sewing.
Adding Body to Sheer Fabrics: Lightweight interfacing adds a subtle structure and body to delicate and sheer fabrics without compromising their drape or transparency.
Reinforcing Seams: By fusing interfacing along seam lines, it strengthens the seams, reducing the risk of tearing or fraying, particularly in high-stress areas.
Reviving Worn Fabrics: Lightweight fusible interfacing can breathe new life into worn fabrics by providing support and stability, extending their lifespan and usability.
The product I order was exactly what I needed. It was shipped and received within a few days. So there was no major delay to my project. Thx.
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