The woven interfacing is a cotton fabric with one side (the rough one) primed with fusible glue. the woven fusible interfacing looks and behaves like fabric and the non-woven looks and behaves like a sheet of paper.
The woven interfacing must be cut as fabric would : respecting the grainline. A fabric fused with a woven interfacing will continue to behave like fabric. It will keep a “natural” drape and hand. You do not want to get crinkles or creases - so remember... To avoid this, always ‘press' rather than iron your interfacing on, and make sure to leave it to cool completely before lifting it up to use it.
Woven Interfacing - I use it for almost all my sewing projects whether it be clothing, bags or accessories.
ByAnnie Bags use woven interfacing in all their patterns!
For many many years we have supplied Pellon Woven Interfacing - Due to the Pandemic there has been a huge shortage from the manufacturer we have brought in the equivalent product by HeatnBond and Bosal - no one wants to be without Woven Fusible Interfacing!