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Is fusible fleece the same as fusible interfacing?

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.

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Beside this, can you use felt instead of fusible fleece?

If you don't have fusible fleece or other interfacing at hand, you could use any regular batting, a felt-like batting (cotton) is the best.

Similarly, is fusible web the same as fusible interfacing? Fusible Fleece: Soft and lofty, this type of interfacing fuses to the fabric. It adds a thick layer to the fabric making it easier to hold a specific shape. Fusible Web: Adhesive on both sides, this type of interfacing is used mostly for appliqué. It is also known as Stitch-Witchery or Heat 'n Bond.

Also know, what is the difference between fusible fleece and fusible batting?

Fusible fleece vs fusible batting Fusible fleece is not the same thing as fusible batting. While fusible batting has the adhesive on both sides and you can use it for batting in quilts, fusible fleece actually has dotted adhesive on only one side and the bond is more permanent.

What is fusible fleece?

Fleece is a synthetic material made from polyester. It is available in different thicknesses or lofts. Fusible means an adhesive has been applied to on or both sides of the fleece. The products discussed in this article have fusible material applied to one side only.

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