|Often times when you use a pattern piece and cut out material, and then you use the same pattern piece to cut out interfacing you have to trim the interfacing and HOPE that the first trimming takes, where you don't have to do another round of trimming.
I've discovered a quicker method!!
First cut out the pattern pieces that do NOT require interfacing, then take an amount* of fusible interfacing, and iron it to the remaining fabric**, now all you have to do is cut out the pattern pieces that DO require interfacing. This method will save you from the extra chores of cutting the interfacing separately and trimming it.
*The amount of interfacing used, is based upon the size of the pattern pieces requiring interfacing. Obviously this will only work for fusible interfacing
**I prefer to set aside an amount of fabric exclusively for the purpose of ironing interfacing to the fabric, like if it's only two small pieces, I'll probably place the pattern down, for a quick visual (making sure the grainline is the right way) and then will cut the fabric off and fuse the interfacing to it.