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Instructions for fusible nylon tricot interfacing?
wrote to seller (Fabric Mart), but would love to try this weekend
Liz in Cville
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Date: 10/13/12 1:39 PM

Silly me; just realized I don't have instructions for the interfacing I was about to try using. I wrote to Fabric Mart, but don't expect a response this weekend. It's not a big deal if it goes wrong, as it's a small piece, but no harm in asking, right? (I hope not, anyway.)

I understand the general principles, and how to get the glue on the fabric rather than on the iron. I will also try to steam shrink it a little before fusing.

Specifically, I'm not sure what temperature setting to use on the iron, how long to press, and whether to use a damp or dry press cloth. Unless I hear otherwise, I'll go for the "wool" setting, ten seconds, and damp press cloth, and adjust if necessary.

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Liz

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Date: 10/13/12 2:24 PM

What you've proposed is how I've always handled fusible tricot interfacing. Try a test piece on a scrap of your garment fabric first. My guess is it will work out fine.

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Date: 10/13/12 4:39 PM

I have a ton of that fusible tricot from Fabric Mart; in all sorts of colors. I use a wool (or lower) setting, fuse from the fabric side (rather than the tricot side because it might melt) and hold it down for 10 seconds, and use no steam or a press cloth.

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Date: 10/13/12 6:34 PM

Thank you both for the reassurancesCan't wait to see how this turns out.

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