Sure Fuse Woven Fusible Interfacing 100% Cotton – Medium Weight
I take great pride in the quality of my products and this interfacing is no exception. This is the same high-quality interfacing that I personally use, so you can be confident that it will meet your expectations as much as it does mine.
How to Apply Sure Fuse Woven Fusible Interfacing
Using a Heat Press: I recommend using a Cotton heat setting (or 180 degrees) and pressing for 15 seconds.
Using an Iron: I recommend using a Cotton heat setting and pressing each section for approximately 15 seconds to allow for the heat to melt the adhesive to ensure a strong bond between the interfacing and the fabric.
TIP: Be sure to press and hold the iron in place when pressing each section.
Don’t iron the interfacing like you do when iron a top or a dress as this is not pressing this is ironing. Pressing is lifting the iron and placing the iron down and holding in place for the amount of time eg in this case approximately 15 seconds. After 15 seconds, lift the iron and place the iron down on the next section to be pressed.
NOTE: Always do a TEST PRESS using a scrap of the material (fabric, vinyl / faux leather) you are using to apply Sure Fuse Woven Fusible Interfacing to. This way you can test to see if you need to reduce the heat and/or the time you are pressing to adhere the interfacing or stabiliser.
Also when applying interfacing to faux leather (vinyl) or leather and even other fabrics place the material on the bottom with the wrong side facing up and then place the interfacing or stabiliser with adhesive side facing down on top. This way the heat from a heat press or an iron is the closest to the interfacing or stabilisers and will heat the adhesive faster.