Vlieseline S13 Sew-In Heavy-Weight Interfacing
Type: Sew-in, Non-Woven, Heavy-Weight.
Fabric width: 90 cm
Fabric weight: 90 gsm
Application: Sew by hand or machine.
Product Benefits: Easy to sew and comfortable to wear, this heavy-weight interfacing has a strong yet flexible feel. 65% of the materials used in the making of this product are recycled.
Suitable for: Front parts and small parts of apparel, such as dresses, jackets and coats. Also ideal for fabric bowls, caps, bottom of bags as well as for creative works and handicrafts. Suitable for heavy-weight fabrics which are heat-sensitive and cannot be ironed.
Fabric Care: Wash at 60 degrees, also able to dry clean (always check the care instructions for your main fabric).
Colours Available: S13 White.
Sold by: Half metre, metre and a full roll of 25 metres.
Why Choose Vlieseline Interfacing?
Previously known as Vilene, Vlieseline has become the globally renown choice for interfacing and wadding products.
Over the past 60 years, Vlieseline has built its excellent reputation on providing high quality interfacing products to professional studios, tailors and dressmakers, to become the number one choice for interfacing today. Vlieseline interfacing is used by everyone from sewing enthusiasts to professional tailor and garment studios. With a great selection of interfacing products, our Vlieseline collection ensures that there is an interfacing solution for all projects.
Our Vlieseline heavy-weight sew-in interfacing fabric is a great, high quality sewable interfacing, available in S13/313 White colour way. As a heavy-weight, sew-in interfacing, this is a great choice for bag making, accessories or clothing as well as a range of haberdashery and craft projects.
What Weight Interfacing Should Be Used?
It is recommended that you use an interfacing weight that is the same weight as the fabric you will be using, or ideally slightly lighter. The manufacturer suggests testing a small piece of interfacing on your fabric, before continuing with the rest of your project.
New To Working With Interfacing?
Take a look at our "Beginner's Guide to Working With Interfacing" blog post to help you get started. We cover everything from the different types of interfacing to selecting the right interfacing for your project.