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Non Woven Interfacing

Pioneers in the industry, we offer non woven interfacing from India.

Non Woven Interfacing

Non Woven Interfacing
  • Non Woven Interfacing
  • Non Woven Interfacing
  • Non Woven Interfacing
  • Non Woven Interfacing
  • Non Woven Interfacing
  • Non Woven Interfacing
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Product Details:

Usage/ApplicationInterlining
MaterialPolyster
ColorWhite
CoatingPES
Width1500 mm
Country of OriginMade in India
BrandSuvi

Interfacing is a crucial component in garment construction, primarily used to add structure, stability, and support to various areas of a garment. It is a type of fabric that is often made from woven or non-woven materials and comes in different weights and types, depending on the desired application.

Here are some common areas in garments where interfacing is used:

Collars: Interfacing is commonly used in collars to give them a crisp and defined shape.

Cuffs: Similar to collars, interfacing is applied to cuffs to maintain their shape and prevent them from flopping.

Waistbands: In pants, skirts, and waistbands of dresses, interfacing is used to provide stability and keep the waistband from stretching out of shape.

Plackets: Interfacing is applied to plackets (such as button and zipper plackets) to reinforce these areas and make them more durable.

Front facings: In garments with button closures or zippers, interfacing is used on the front facings to create a clean and structured appearance.

Pockets: In some garments, interfacing is added to pockets to prevent them from sagging and losing their shape.

Bodices: In tailored garments like blazers or vests, interfacing can be used to provide support and structure to the bodice.

Hems: Interfacing can be used on hems to give them stability and weight, ensuring the garment hangs properly.

The type of interfacing used depends on the fabric and style of the garment. Lighter-weight interfacing is suitable for delicate fabrics, while heavier-weight interfacing is used for sturdier fabrics and more structured garments.

In summary, interfacing is a valuable tool in garment construction that helps ensure the final product has a polished and professional look, with well-defined shapes and durable components.

 

 

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