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A Guide to Interfacing

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Guide: A Guide to Interfacing

Interfacing is a layer added to the wrong side of a fabric to add stability, shape, support, weight or prevent stretching. The effect you want your interfacing to have on your fabric can depend on the type of project you are making as well as the type of interfacing you are using.

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