Recycled Midweight Fusible Woven Interfacing - Cream

$6.00 USD / yard($3.00 USD / half-yard)
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This high-quality midweight woven fusible interfacing is perfect for stabilizing midweight to heavyweight woven fabrics such as cotton, linen, denim and canvas. Use it to shape collars, necklines, facings and cuffs while maintaining the drape of the fabric. This interfacing is 60" wide.

60in / 152 cm
45 gsm / 1.3 oz/yd2
100% Recycled Polyester
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Recycled Fibres

This interfacing is made from 100% recycled fibres, giving a new life to virgin polyester that would otherwise end up in landfills.

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Care Instructions

Long-Term Care

Dry-cleanable and washable up to 40 degrees Celsius or 104 degrees Fahrenheit

Fabric Tips

Use a press cloth like silk organza or lightweight cotton to protect your iron and fabric. Set your iron to medium to high heat (cottons can take higher heat, while more delicate fabrics like viscose are better on medium). Low heat may not be hot enough to melt the glue.

Shipping & Returns

From our studio in beautiful Montreal, Canada, we are delighted to ship to makers worldwide. Shipping is free on Canadian and US orders over $150

We ship globally! Non Canadian and US orders and orders under 150$ are calculated by weight.

Orders outside of Canada are subject to customs and duties and are the sole responsibility of the customer. Orders to the US under 800$ are duty-free.

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We leave a 24 hour buffer before shipping to allow for cancelled orders. Once your order is cut, it is final. For more questions on shipping and returns, consult our Shipping & Returns FAQ.

Customer Reviews

Based on 3 reviews

As a beginner it was hard to choose. Decided to go with this since I still wanted the sable piece still act as fabric. Did a great job stabilizing the fabric. I liked that it is recycled as well. I interfaced an area large enough for my pieces that needed interfacing and then cut them out. A tip I read online to do. Left over scapes were used to test out buttonholes and stitches. Once I was finished with my project, all unusable scraps goes into my scrap collection to recycle as filling for future use. The pants I made did well through the wash and I didn’t preshrink the interface prior.

Soft but stable

This interfacing is very soft and is a little tricky to cut correctly as it moves around a bit. Once applied though, it does a really great job of stabilizing fabric without being stiff or bulky. The fact that it is recycled just adds to the benefits.

Lisa L
Works great

I like the idea of recycled interfacing. It is necessary to use interfacing in most garments but now to have a recycled alternative is genius!

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