Midweight Fusible Weft Interfacing for Tailoring - White

$6.00 USD / yard($3.00 USD / half-yard)
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For all your soft tailoring needs, our high-quality weft fusible interfacing adds structure while still allowing the fabric to drape. Ideal for wools and other midweight to heavyweight fabrics, use it to add body and stability to jacket bodies, collars, cuffs, pockets and other fine details.

60in / 152 cm
70 gsm / 2 oz/yd2
100% Polyester
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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.

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From our studio in beautiful Montreal, Canada, we are delighted to ship to makers worldwide. Shipping is free on U.S. and Canadian orders over $150. U.S. and Canadian orders ship in 3-7 business days, and international orders take between 12-40 days. All additional customs and duties that may be collected at the border are the sole responsibility of the customer.

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Customer Reviews

Based on 3 reviews
Daintry Davis
Midweight fusible weft interfacing

It’s hard to find a high quality interfacing suitable for speed tailoring and this interfacing doesn’t disappoint. It’s great quality!

Julie Marineau


A bit "messy" for my liking

Even when using a press cloth (I use silk organza) bits of glue and interfacing fibres came off and got stuck on my iron and press cloth as I fused it. Little bits also got stuck to my iron while pressing seams, etc., for my fully-interfaced project, and made it difficult to move my iron around, and left a burning plastic smell in my sewing room. It got quite "pilly", which I guess doesn't matter too much since it won't be showing!
Otherwise it gave my fabric a nice handle and didn't have too much bubbling.

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