54 Yard Roll of FF-582 Fusible Interfacing Tape
- $9.50 / Roll
Woven polyester tape with heat-activated glue on one side. Past generations of garment-makers were required to hand stitch a non-fusible cotton tape along the edges of garments to strengthen the folding lines, but now there's a choice: stitch by hand as before, or use adhesive. We sell both options. (Use fusible tape, or choose one of our non-fusible edge tapes.) Pre-cut to 3/4", 1" and 2" widths; each roll contains 54.7 yards (50 meters).
The glue becomes adherent when steam or a hot iron is applied. To use, place it with the glue side down on top of the fabric where you would like to strengthen it, and then press with a hot iron for about 10 seconds before moving on to the next section. (If using an industrial iron it may be only 5 seconds. If domestic, it may take a bit longer for the glue to fully adhere.) As with all fusibles, it's always wise to use a press cloth between the tape and the iron.
This tape is included in our Fusible Interlining Sample Book.
We also have a softer tape made from our FF-850 fusible here.
Orders placed before 2pm on a weekday will be shipped the same day. Orders placed after 2pm will shipped on the following business day, excluding holidays.
Materials sold by the yard are not returnable. All other items can be returned in original condition within 30 days for a full refund of the cost of the item. Shipping costs are not refundable and buyers must pay return shipping costs.
For more information see the Returns & Shipping page.