Browse our range of interfacing fabrics, used to add firmness and structure to garments. We have a great range of sew in interfacings in various weights and materials. Used as an additional layer that is applied to the inside of garments; such as collars, cuffs, waistbands and pockets, helping to add firmness, shape, structure, and support to the cloth.
There are a few different types of interfacing fabrics, but they can broadly be classified into two categories: woven and non-woven. Woven interfacing is made from yarns that are interlaced to form a fabric, whereas non-woven interfacing is made from fibres that are bonded together by heat, pressure, or chemicals. Different fabrics will require different types of interfacing, so it's important to choose the right one for the project you're working on.
Interfacing fabrics can be found in a variety of weights and colours. The weight is generally determined by the number of threads per square inch, with heavier fabrics being more supportive. The colour of the interfacing will usually be white or black, although other colours are sometimes available. It's important to choose an interfacing that matches the colour of the fabric you're using it with, as this will help it to blend in and not be visible from the outside.