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    Non Woven Cloth NW-SC009

    • One-sided fusible interfacing lightweight is non-woven backing for adding lightweight structure and help to support the projects keep its shape.
    • Great for lightweight fabrics garments. It can also be used handmade purse, placemats, lamp shades, face masks, wallets, and home decor.
    • It is excellent for use with crepe,voile,handkerchief linen fabrics, ideal material for wovens, knits, blouses, men and women and garments.
    • Easy to use and can be fuses easily, machine washed and dried. Best material for the stabilization of quilting projects.

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Nonwoven fabric, a unique material that’s neither woven nor knitted, is a marvel in the textile industry. This fabric-like material is crafted from both short staple fibres and continuous long fibres. These fibres are bonded together using various methods, including chemical, mechanical, heat, or solvent treatment. This innovative process results in a fabric that’s versatile and adaptable, much like felt, but with its own distinct properties.

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