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May 27, 2011

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Amy

That's great information and I agree with your conclusions!

Denielle Wiebe

Thanks for this helpful info. I just made one of your zip clutches with sew-in interfacing, and I'm really pleased with the way it turned out.

bubblemonkey

The only "Form-Flex Woven" interfacing I seem to be able to find is the fusible kind. It also comes in sew-in? I suppose using fusible interfacing as a sew-in might not work so well. I'm thinking the glue nubs might stick...

Michelle (michellepatterns.com)

bubblemonkey, I'm having a hard time locating this online too! It is tricky buying interfacing on the internet. There are so many and I always want to feel it in person.

You might try this:

http://www.etsy.com/listing/73692236/interfacing-sew-in-pellon-40

It isn't woven, but that is ok. Mostly I just don't like non-woven fusible because it is easy to melt into a wrinkly mess. Then I let my bias trickle over into the sew-in interfacing...

I think this pellon 40 is a similar weight and firmness.

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