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Qidong Lexin Warp Knitting Co.,Ltd
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Fusible weft interfacing



Introduction



Fusible weft interfacing is a textile used on the unseen or "wrong" side of fabrics to make an area of a garment more rigid. Interfacing, also known as stabilizer, is a light piece of fabric that is sewn or fused onto fabric pieces that need an added stiffness.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 -Keep fabrics from stretching out of shape, particularly knit fabrics Interfacings come in a variety of weights and stiff nesses 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 heavyweight, iron on and sew on.






Product information:



Name:fusible weft interfacing



Composition: 100% polyester



Width: 150CM (60")



Color: white, black



Roll length: 100 meters \ volume



Weight: 35-40g/m2



Powder: PES, PA, PA + PES



Elasticity: Warp sides



Thickness: Thin section






Product features:



Good adhesiveness and elasticity, soft hand feeling, no bleed-out, washable.



 



Product Usage:



For bonding with elastic fabrics, widely used in children's wear, men's wear, women's fashion, high-grade linings for post-embroidery bonding

















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