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Fabrics and Fusible Interlining
Oct 26, 2016

We can understand the characteristics of cloth from three factors:

1, fiber composition 2, fabric organization 3, surface finishing

First, let us know the fabric fiber composition:

Natural fiber: It has a high water content, but also in the water, it is easy to cause changes in size and appearance. Typically, after dehydration, the natural fiber can return to its original state.

A, wool: size changes and moisture content has a significant relationship in the absorbent, the wool size will increase a lot, will shrink after drying, resulting in clothing deformation, so the choice of interlining, the fabric must be able to size Change, and attention in the process of bonding moisture control.

B, silk: known as the heat-sensitive fabrics, pay attention to the surface due to heat and pressure changes (such as smooth), so the bonding must be avoided when the use of high temperature and pressure and steam, especially satin fabric, Melt adhesive is very small adhesive interlining.

C, cotton: a high heat resistance, but also in the steam, but also have good recovery, so the cotton in the hot melt adhesive process is relatively stable, but if the cotton has not shrunk, usually have a higher Shrinkage, so the choice of interlining, we must note that the shrinkage of the two similar.

D, linen and linen fabric: hemp fiber cloth is usually more difficult to get a strong adhesive force, so pay special attention to bonding methods to obtain a certain degree of adhesion fastness.

E, synthetic fibers: polyester and nylon woven fabric, it is not affected by water injury, but because of heat set when the crepe is difficult to eliminate, it must be used below the heat setting temperature processing adhesive interlining is appropriate .