Interlining is a layer of fabric sewn in or fused between the face and the lining of a garment. Interlining materials can be woven, knitted, or created by fusing fibers together. Garments with interlining tend to be stronger, because of the added layer of fabric support. In addition, they drape better, while keeping the wearer's temperature relatively stable. Interlining generally indicates a higher level of quality in a garment, because of the additional manufacturing time involved.
fusible web 1036


Fusible web is a man-made fiber that will melt when heated. It can bond a variety of fabrics, urethane foams and vinyls without the need for sewing. This product has excellent resistance to dry cleaning and washing.
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KNIT Fusible 1047


Knit fusibles are the most versatile group in our product line due to the flexibility of the manufacturing processes utilized  Circular knits primarily offer  stretch and are generally soft, light and very drapeable. Basic end uses are collars, cuffs pla
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The  original fusible has improved over the years, due to blending of fibers and the ease of cutting and fusing adding to the economic advantage it has always enjoyed  The primary users are the budget and moderate price points and most end  uses are for s
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Komar offers polyester tricots for a wide variety
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WOVEN Fusible 1150


The oldest fusibles in the marketplace have seen a complete  change in products and versatility from the traditional firm grades to softer lighter wovens offering compatibility with all types of sheer fabrics even those with elasticity  dresses  tops and
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WOVEN Sew-In 1152


Komar maintains a group of sew–in products that can be used for a wide variety of special applications. Common needs include: pocket stays, sleeve tapes, cuffs or other areas of reinforcement. These end uses are so varied that we ask you to contact our
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