Interlining Fused Fabric
Interlining Fused Fabric
Interlining Fused Fabric
Interlining Fused Fabric

Interlining Fused Fabric

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Interlining is a layer of fabric inserted between the outer fabric and the lining of a garment or other textile items to provide additional body, support, structure, insulation, and comfort. It is often used in apparel, particularly in the construction of coats, jackets, suits, and other structured garments. Interlining can also be found in home furnishings and other textile applications where extra reinforcement is desired.

Types of Interlining

Interlining materials vary widely, depending on the specific properties needed. Here are some common types:

  1. Woven Interlining: Made from woven fabrics, this type provides durability and stable support. It can be made from various fibers like cotton, polyester, or wool, and can be fusible or non-fusible.

  2. Non-Woven Interlining: This is made from bonded fibers that do not constitute a traditional fabric weave. Non-woven interlining is usually cheaper and suitable for providing bulk and shape to garments. It also tends to be fusible, which means it can be attached to the fabric with heat.

  3. Knitted Interlining: Provides a greater degree of stretch and flexibility, making it ideal for use in stretchable garments like knitwear, athletic wear, or any clothing requiring movement and flexibility.

  4. Fusible Interlining: Has adhesive on one side, which, when heated, bonds to the fabric. Fusible interlinings are popular for their ease of use and effectiveness in providing crisp, tailored finishes to garments.

  5. Non-Fusible Interlining: Does not have an adhesive and must be sewn into place. It is often chosen for finer fabrics where the application of heat could be damaging.

Applications of Interlining

  • Apparel: Interlining is essential in the production of garments that require a particular shape or additional support. In jackets and blazers, it is used to provide structure to collars, lapels, and front facings.
  • Accessories: In bags, purses, and similar accessories, interlining provides stiffness and maintains shape.
  • Curtains and Drapery: Adds weight and improves drape, as well as providing insulation against light and heat.
  • Upholstery: Used to add body and durability to the fabric used in furniture.

Selection Considerations

When selecting an interlining, several factors must be considered:

  • Compatibility with Fabric: The interlining should be compatible with the fabric in terms of weight, stretchability, and care instructions.
  • End Use of the Garment: For instance, heavier interlinings might be used in winter coats for additional warmth and structure, whereas lighter interlinings might be preferred in summer garments.
  • Application Method: Whether the interlining should be fusible or sewn can depend on the type of fabric and the desired durability of the bond.
  • Washing and Care: Fusible interlinings, in particular, need to be durable enough to withstand the care processes (like washing and dry cleaning) that the finished garment will undergo.

 

 

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