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Fusible Fleece Vs. Fusible Interfacing

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What is the difference between fusible fleece and fusible interfacing?

Pam from Mt. Morris, MI

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By Phyllis in MD (Guest Post)01/17/2008

Fusible interfacing is generally thinner than the fleece and is used to add weight, stability and durability to a pattern piece. Interfacing is generally used in collars, waistbands and where buttons are so that buttons or the buttonholes don't tear the fabric.
Fusible fleece is not something I have used much but it is thicker and can be used as the middle layer of a quilted item.
Both are ironed in place and can be cut with scissors and/or a rotary cutter.

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