Interfacing, nonwoven

Neither woven nor felted, nonwoven interfacing (or interlining) is fabric formed by the chemical or heat adhesion of webs of fibers. The fibers are usually polyester or nylon. Fusible nonwoven interfacing has heat-activated adhesive on one side; it can be applied by ironing.

Uses: Backing fabrics for stability, weight, strength and/or body

Nonwoven interfacing
Nonwoven fusible interfacing face
Nonwoven fusible interfacing reverse

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