PES adhesive interfacing: good washing performance, strong adhesive for polyester fabrics used in the simulation of polyester fabrics.
Interfacing is an additional layer applied to the inside of garments, in certain areas only, to add firmness, shape, structure, and support to areas such as collars, cuffs, waistbands and pockets; and to stabilise areas such as shoulder seams or necklines, which might otherwise hang limply.
Interfacings come in two main types (fusible or sew-in), three main weaves (non-woven, woven and knit), and in different weights (light, medium, heavy weight). It is important to choose the correct type of interfacing for your garment; if you are using a pattern, they will normally indicate if interfacing is required and what type you need.
When you buy interfacing, you need to decide:
should you buy sew-in or fusible interfacing?
do you need woven, non-woven or knit interfacing?
what weight of interfacing should you buy (light weight, medium weight, heavy weight)?
which colour interfacing is most appropriate?
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