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Hand pressing technique of lining cloth

dot coating for resin woven fusible interfacing

dot coating for resin woven fusible interfacing

When we are making and processing clothing, we often use hand to glue some small parts, such as fusible webbing and fusible tape. Handwork adhesion is convenient, quick and economical. In general, garment making and bonding are performed simultaneously, and in order to be more efficient this requires a little bit of skills.

Tips one:

The surface of fusible interlining is coated with glue powder. If it is dot glue, the cloth will have a strong convex and concave feeling. If it is plain glue, it feels smooth with hand and shining.

Tips two:

The light and thin interlining fabric required lower temperature (120-135 degrees), thicker fusible interfacing need a little higher temperature (135-145 degrees). Certainly, some special interlining, the temperature range can be as low as 110 degrees, or up to 160 degrees. Therefore, it is necessary to understand the performance of the fusible interfacing and fabrics before ironing.

Tips three:

Do not move back and forth while ironing the lining cloth. The best way to do that is to press the iron on a piece of cloth for 8 or 9 seconds, put some pressure on it and then keep the pressure moving slowly.

Tips four:

To prevent hot melt glue stick with the iron, you can place a layer of kraft paper on top of the adhesive lining when ironing some light weight lining cloth.

plain coating for cotton woven fusible interfacing

plain coating for cotton woven fusible interfacing

13/10/2017|