• Fabric

    Interlining is a concept that has entered our language from Italian, and it is an intermediate layer that is placed between the fabric and the lining in the garment and attached to the fabric in different ways in order to obtain the expected appearance, quality and effect in the garment.

    By adding volume and resistance to the processed fabric and contributing to the form to be given to the garment; They play a supporting role in processes such as sewing, washing and ironing.

    Their task is to support the form and strength of the garment, to reduce the tendency to wrinkle and to give a certain hardness and form.

    Interlinings, which have been used since the early 1950s, have become an integral part of clothing.

    Interlinings are not only obtained from natural or artificial fibers, but they are also produced by "nonwoven" techniques as fiber gauze recently.

    The best method for bonding the interlining to the fabric surface is the pressing method.

    During its application to the fabric, the adhesive on the interlining is liquefied by heat and penetrated into the fabric by pressure.

    As a result of the process, the liquid cools and solidifies, and the fabric and interlining are fully adhered to each other. The type of interlining to be used differs according to the properties of the fabric to be applied. 



    Paper Fabrics



    They are textile surfaces obtained by chemical bonding or welding of textile fibers to each other.

    During the production of paper fabrics, a fiber web is reinforced chemically, mechanically or both chemically and mechanically.

    The nonwovens obtained in this way are used in the clothing industry. especially used as interlining.






    Interlining is an auxiliary material that is attached to the fabric by different methods in order to obtain the expected appearance, quality and effect from the garment.

    They add volume and strength to the treated fabric and contribute to the shape to be given to the garment.

    Thus, they play a supporting role in the problems that the fabric may encounter during processes such as sewing, washing and ironing.

    The duties of interlinings are to support the form and strength of the garment, to reduce its tendency to wrinkle, and to give the fabric a certain hardness and form.

    Interlinings can be obtained from natural or chemical fibers, as well as being produced as fiber gauze, with nonwoven (non-woven surface) production techniques in recent years.


    • Purposes of use of interlinings: 
    • In the area where it is applied;
    • yawn,
    • prevent wrinkles and maintain shape,
    • Collar,
    • Lapel,
    • Cuff,
    • pat,
    • To provide support for pockets and pocket flaps;
    • to give a solid touch, to prevent curling in them,
    • Supporting the body parts, giving a certain shape and combining the shoulder parts in suits and coats,
    • Reinforcing button and buttonhole areas,
    • To provide reinforcement and smoothness in various edge areas,
    • It is to give rigidity and support to the belt and waist bands.


    When interlining is called, the concept perceived is usually “Sticky Interlining”.


    Yarn Interlining



    The ground is paper and it is produced by sewing thread to the length, in this way, the paper is given serious strength. Coated yarn interlining is generally used on stretch fabrics to stop stretching in one direction. It is also used as a bias tape by being cut in various sizes. It can be used for piping purposes by cutting it in different sizes.



    Paper Interlining



    It is a type of interlining consisting of non-woven, non-woven surfaces. It has many varieties and it is possible to find it in different widths and weights. Since it is a relatively economical solution, it is the interlining group with a wide usage area and the most variants. The products are sold in the weight range of 25 gr/m² and 65 gr/m², with different ground (fiber) and coating types. is offered. Available in white, black and gray color options. They have variety in different washing fastnesses.



    Stretch Interlining



    It is produced for flexible fabrics, it adapts to the product and provides a touch without compromising its flexibility. Thanks to its resistance to high heat and chemical washing, it is a product that should be used in other woven fabrics with heavy washing, especially denim. Available in white and black color options.



    Woven Interlining



    Woven interlinings are woven surfaces. Due to their structure, they are not easily damaged during use and cleaning. They are durable. It is important that they are chosen in accordance with the character and structure of the main fabric to be used. In general shirt, jacket, coat, coat, coat in groups front body outcrop, collar, belt and pat etc. It is preferred in large area uses. In addition, it is very light in weight for use on thin fabrics. woven interlinings also available. However, it is very important that they are chosen in accordance with the character and structure of the main fabric used on the surface to be applied.




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Non Woven Surfaces