Find the Right Interfacing for Your Project!

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There are so many interfacings on the market today, and so many uses for each of them, it's tough to know which one is right for which project. Today we've a got a handy guide to our many interfacings, helping you decide which one to use for your shopping bag, fabric bowl, or quilt block!

Insul-Fleece Pack 27" x 45" is a metalized mylar layered between polyester fleece to create a barrier against heat or cold. You can use if for lunch bags, teapot & casserole covers, ironing board covers, quilted blankets, water bottle and coffee cup sleeves, shopping bags, oven mitts, and potholders!

Make It Simpler Fusible Interfacing is a lightweight fusible interfacing. You can use it to prevent stretch on bias edges of quilt blocks, stabilize quilt top edges before basting, fuse leftover pieces of batting together smoothly, stabilize buttonholes, collars, cuffs, and inseams, stabilize silks, knits and other delicate fabrics, use when repairing holes in socks and clothing, preserve clean edges on your turned appliqué, create a foundation for fragile areas of crazy quilts, and reinforce the corners of bags and totes. 

fast2fuse Interfacing Light is a lightweight, double-sided fusible stiff interfacing. You can use it for tote bags, pouches, purses, sandwich wraps, hats, art quilts, containers, costumes, and soft sculptures.

fast2fuse Interfacing Medium is a mediumweight, double-sided fusible stiff interfacing. You can use it for fabric bowls, boxes and vases, purses, totes, and bags, kids' crafts, holiday decorations, art quilts, hats, caps, and pouches. 

fast2fuse Interfacing Heavy is a heavyweight, double-sided fusible stiff interfacing. You can use it for fabric bowls, boxes, and vases, purses, totes, and bags, kids' crafts, art quilts, hats, caps, and pouches. 

And that's our quick and dirty guide to interfacing! Which one will you be using for an upcoming project?

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