Added Nov 14, 2010
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There are two types of interfacing: fusible and sew on. For silk or plastic fabrics that you won't wash and that shouldn't be steamed, sew on is a good option because you won't damage the fabric by steaming the interface on. For most other things, fusible interfacing is a good option because it's easier than sewing each piece to the fabric.
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