What interfacing is best for Tshirt quilts?

What is the best backing for a T-shirt quilt?

100% Cotton

This is my preferred fabric choice because it wears well and is easy to work with. This is what we use here at Too Cool T-shirt Quilts.

What type of interfacing should I use?

Generally you should NOT use a heavier weight interfacing than the fabric, as the interfacing will ‘dominate’ the garment and add an unnatural structure to it. So for medium weight fabrics, use medium weight interfacing. For medium weight knit fabrics, use medium weight knit interfacing.

What supplies do I need to make a T-shirt quilt?

Basic Tools Needed to Make a T-shirt Quilt:

  1. Scissors & Stitch Rippers.
  2. Rotary Cutter & Mats.
  3. Rulers & Templates.
  4. Sewing Machine with Multiple Presser Feet.
  5. Long-arm Sewing Machine.

What is Jas fusible interfacing?

P44F Lightweight Fusible Interfacing is an ultra lightweight interfacing for light to medium-weight fabrics. It is great for wovens, knits, blouses, and sheer garments. It is excellent for use with crepe de chine, voile, and handkerchief linen fabrics. It can also be used for stabilization of quilting projects.

Are there different types of interfacing?

In general, interfacing comes in two main types, fusible or sew-in, as well as three main weaves (non-woven, woven and knit), and different weights. When designing your piece, it is important to make the right choice, as this decision can really influence the final look of your garment.

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What is Pellon interfacing used for?

Pellon® PLF36 Fusible Interfacing is an ultra lightweight interfacing for light to medium-weight fabrics. It is great for wovens, knits, blouses, and sheer garments. It is excellent for use with crepe de chine, voile, and handkerchief linen fabrics. It can also be used for stabilization of quilting projects.