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Interfacing Doesn’t Always Have to Match

Nov 11, 2008

submitted by Linda Przybyszewski
from Threads #118

Fashionable wool tweed fabrics are itchy and bulky — especially when used as a facing on a skirt waist. A wool crepe that matches the dominant shade of the tweed is a perfect substitute. It has enough body when interfaced and provides a thin, smooth surface inside your skirt. No more bulk or itch!

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