|Sometimes, when making a bag or other leather item that needs support, you may feel stuck. How do you interface it? Gluing timtex or similar can be unwieldy. Well, have no fear. You can use good ol' fusible interfacing, as long as you work carefully.
Use a silk organza press cloth and a heat setting somewhere between wool and cotton. Press down (not too hard) for 10 seconds and voila! It's fused, and it gives just the right firmness without bulk.
Moral of the story is, Go for it! Test first, of course, but I tried fusing succesfully on cowhide, lambskin, pearl finish, metal finish, plain finish and suede, and I got good results on all of them.