TFG 160cm Wide Sew in Interfacing Fabric Lightweight White Interlining for Crafts Sewing DIY Patchwork Garments (1 Metre)

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  • Sew-in interfacing is used to add stability and structure to sewn garments or craft projects. It can be used for a variety of purposes, such as strengthening collars, cuffs, or waistbands, adding body to lightweight or stretchy fabrics, and providing support to bags or other accessories.
  • To use sew-in interfacing, it is typically cut to match the pattern piece or area that needs reinforcement, and then pinned or basted to the fabric before sewing. The interfacing is stitched along the edges or within specific areas to secure it in place.
  • Material: 100% Polyester
  • Width: 160cm Wide Approx.
  • Weight: 40 GSM Approx.
  • Unit of sale: Unit of sale- Sold in precut 1 metre, 2 metre and 5 metre lengths. Multiple quantities will be sent in precut lengths accordingly.


If an item is unsuitable or if you have changed your mind for any reason, you can send it back for a full refund within 14 days of receiving your order. If you choose to return your item within the mentioned timeframe, we are happy to offer a full refund or exchange. The item should be in an unused condition and packaged appropriately for return. Return Address: Unit 112, 6 Queen Street, Huddersfield, HD1 2SQ. Note Although we take every step necessary to assure accurate representation of items displayed online, the colours of fabrics ordered through our website cannot be guaranteed due to colour variances beyond our control, such as variances in monitor colour settings. We recommend ordering a sample piece, if necessary.


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