What is fusible interlining?
What people usually call "interlining", mainly refers to fusible interlining! There are many other customary names for fusible interlining, such as hot melt interlining, hot press interlining, coated interlining, pressed fusible interlining, heat seal interlining, hot melt adhesive fusible interlining, etc.
Adhesive lining is a kind of lining coated with hot melt adhesive, which is one of the accessories often used in fabric production. It is a bonded garment accessory made by coating technology equipment, hot melt adhesive coated on the base fabric (backing) of woven (woven), knitted or non-woven materials.
What exactly is the purpose of bonded liners?
Why do we use fusible interlining?
①When the fabric needs to express the effect of stiffness and rigidity, you can choose different thicknesses of fusible interlining according to your needs.
②When the fabric needs to add some thickness, it can be reflected by adding fusible interlining.
③Or when the fabric is too soft and slippery to be handled, adding the fusible lining can make the fabric obedient~~.
This simplifies the processing of modern garments to the maximum extent.
Like the front of the shirt on the button place, stand-up collar lapel, sleeve head, and cheongsam stand-up collar, the front of the lapel and other places need to be more rigid effect, so generally will be hot bonded lining to achieve a good-looking effect.
So how exactly should the bonded lining be used?
The so-called bonded lining, "sticky" "together", as the name implies, is to "stick" the lining and fabric together. Most of the bonded lining is smooth on one side, one side is rough, the rough side is the "glue", to be heated and ironed, so that the glue melted attached to the back of the fabric.
Classification of fusible interlining
Bonded interlining has developed to today, the number and variety of its expansion rate is amazing, as a garment lining has become the main body of modern interlining and clothing accessories, almost become synonymous with interlining.
First, non-woven adhesive interlining
Non-woven bonded interlining is a non-woven fabric (non-woven) as the backing, relative to the price of cloth bonded interlining is more advantageous, but the quality is undoubtedly slightly inferior. Non-woven interlining is suitable for some edge and corner positions, such as open pockets, locking buttonholes and so on. Non-woven interlining also has a thick and thin, their thickness will be directly reflected in the location used, which is based on the need to choose.
Second, cloth bonded interlining
Fabric bonded interlining is a knitted fabric or woven fabric as the backing, the most commonly used is woven fabric. Cloth bonded interlining is often used in the main body of work or important position, cloth bonded interlining also has a soft and hard, need to select as appropriate.
This type of fusible interlining generally makes us the most frequently used.
Third, double-sided adhesive lining
Common double-sided adhesive lining as thin as a cicada, rather than a lining, it is more appropriate to say that the adhesive. It is usually used to adhere to fix two pieces of cloth, for example, in the paste cloth can be used to stick it in the background cloth, the operation is very convenient. There is also a whole roll of double-sided adhesive lining, which is useful when folding or rolling the edges.