Christina Patzman talks about which types of lining are appropriate for various fabrics. She goes into detail about why the hang loose (polyester) and ambiance (bemberg rayon) are her favorites and discusses when you should use them. You will also learn about non-traditional lining fabrics such as pongee, china silk, and taffeta.
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Wow. This is new seeing territory for me, thank you I learned so much! Now to try out a project which includes a liner…
Thanks for a great video! This was really informative.
thank you your tutorial was wonderful
What is the best lining for knit fabric
Hi, Jacqueline. This may depend on what you are making. In general, if you are lining a knit, you will need to be using another knit or fabric that has just as much stretch as your knit fabric does.