Uses of interfacing
For this blog post we'll be covering the types of interfacing and their uses.
To start, interfacing is a textile usually used on the inside of a sewing project to give it structure and shape or to stabilize fabrics.
We sell three different types that we find useful for our sewing projects -
They are all iron-on which we find useful!. It means they have a 'glue' side and a 'matte' side and can be ironed on to fabric unlike some interfacings where it would need to be sewn into the seams.
Extra-heavy interfacing is stiff, it gives a boxy shape to projects such as the craft storage and storage box. Again, the gluey side can be ironed on to the main panel pieces to give a lovely finish to these projects. It is thicker and sturdier than heavy interfacing to give a more boxy shape.
Find our interfacings here - https://www.owlandsewingcat.com/search?q=interfacing