Fusible Interlining

Fusible interlinings are fabrics with hot-melt glue on one or both sides. They are used to strengthen stress points, make lightweight fabric thicker, or -- in the case of fusible with glue on both sides -- bond one non-fusible fabric to another. Where garment-makers once relied exclusively on stitching one fabric to another, now we have a choice: to use a needle and thread, or a fusible fabric? Maker's choice.

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