| 6. Woven and knit interfacings are on the same grain as the garment |
areas to be interfaced, unless design or fabric warrant bias.
| 7. Interfacing is used in any areas requiring shape, body, support, and |
reinforcement, and where seam impressions may be a problem.
| 8. Fusible interfacings have been applied with the correct temperature |
and pressure in order to evenly and permanently bond them to the
| 9. Interfacing is caught into the seams or hand tacked to prevent |
|INTERLININGS - An interlining is an underlying fabric placed between the |
outer fabric and the lining of the garment in order to enhance the warmth of
| 1. Interlinings are of lightweight or open weave fabrics with insulating |
|2. Interlinings do not add excessive bulk to the garment.|
| 3. The interlining's care requirements match those of the rest of the |
| 4. The interlined garment has adequate wearing ease to accommodate |
the added thickness.
|5. Color is compatible and does not show through.|
| 6. Woven and knit interlinings are on the same grain as the garment |
areas to be interlined, unless design or fabric warrant bias.
|LININGS - A lining is a unit assembled in the same or similar silhouette as |
the garment or portion of the garment. It is applied to the inside of the
garment to finish it and to hide the inner construction of the garment. The
lining gives the garment a comfortable, luxurious feeling and lends ease in
slipping the garment on and off. A lining protects the inner construction of
the garment and prevents stretching.
|1. The lining is on the same grain as the fashion fabric.|
|2. The lining fits smoothly inside the garment.|
|3. The lining provides a neat, clean inside finish.|
| 4. The lining is constructed from a smooth, static-free fabric that|
complements the fashion fabric.
| 5. There is sufficient ease in the lining for body movement without|
straining the fashion fabric.
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