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Re: [F-Costume] What's that interlining called?

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  • Andrew Trembley
    ... It s knit interfacing, I believe. It might be listed as stretch interfacing. If you ve got a nearby Hancock Fabrics, they usually have a few bolts in their
    Message 1 of 3 , Mar 8, 2007
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      nmentor467 wrote:
      > I've seen dresses made of knit fabrics where the neck facing would be
      > backed with a smooth material that acted as interlining but stretched
      > as well. I did a search on Google and couldn't find anything that
      > resembled it. I don't see it at the run of the mill fabric store
      > either. Does anyone know if the material has a special name? I need
      > something that will add a little body to rayon jersey but will still
      > allow some give as well. I won't be using this on the entire garment,
      > just bits and pieces to give a little structure. Thanks.
      >

      It's knit interfacing, I believe. It might be listed as stretch
      interfacing. If you've got a nearby Hancock Fabrics, they usually have a
      few bolts in their interfacing bin.

      andy
    • nmentor467
      O.k. thanks. No Hancock but I heard there s a big Jo-Anns within 1 hrs. drive. I ll check them out. Nelly
      Message 2 of 3 , Mar 8, 2007
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        O.k. thanks. No Hancock but I heard there's a big Jo-Anns within 1
        hrs. drive. I'll check them out.

        Nelly
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