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This is a sew-in interfacing that is a great sheer interfacing for skirts and sheer fabrics that you want to give a little body to. The silk is much softer than polyester organza, so take note when purchasing. To "underline" a skirt (ie give it more body), cut out the silk organza with your pattern piece, baste the two together at 1/4" seam allowance, and treat the two as one piece of now slightly heavier fabric.
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