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Uploaded on Dec 7, 2011
Interfacing, also known as stabilizer, is a light piece of fabric that is sewn or fused onto fabric pieces that need an added stiffness. You would commonly use interfacing for collars, cuffs or on the facing of a shirt or jacket. This video teaches you how to use commercial patterns to find out how much interfacing you need, how to lay out your pattern pieces correctly and how to apply interfacing. With the advent of fusible interfacing it has never been easier to incorporate interfacing into your everyday projects.