Hotmelt interfacings


Dreamer, for today’s post, we will show you the different types of hot melt interfacings that are adhered to heat. Continue reading below.

Regardless of interfacing is available in a variety of weights, thicknesses, and densities.

Choosing the correct weight and thickness to match the garment’s fabric and design is imperative for constructing a high-quality garment.

Hot melt interfacings:

Fusion cloth

It’s 100% cotton, is used in tailoring, and is costly.

However, they are ideal for collars and cuffs of quality men’s shirts, which are cut on the bias, so they don’t peel off with movement.


In addition, they are ironed without steam and eliminate humidity.

Jersey cloth

This hot melt interfacing, it’s synthetic and has more excellent elasticity widthwise than lengthwise.

As a result, it looks ideal for knits and delicate fabrics.

The glue side of the interfacing is shiny and requires high temperatures to adhere.

Pellon fabric

It’s the most widely used interface because:

  • It’s economical
  • Looks like paper, and hardens
  • Gives a body

In addition, it’s available in a variety of thicknesses and colors.

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We hope this post will help you so much in your following sewing projects! Now you know to choose the correct interfacing depends on what you want to achieve!

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