I recently remembered a technique used in the clothing manufacturing industry that I thought a few others might appreciate.
I absolutely hate cutting out separate pieces of interfacing and then trying to place them in the right spots on facing pieces. Working with lightweight or slightly bias facing pieces makes it even worse.
This tip takes a tiny bit of planning but it saves a lot of time. Instead of cutting the interfacing pieces separately just fuse a block of interfacing to your fabric and then cut out the facing pieces. You need to figure out how much fabric the facing pieces will cover but it saves you from handling all those flimsy pattern pieces numerous times.