Crinoline Hovotex Non-Woven - 100 yds. x 3" - White

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Shape garments effortlessly.

Crinoline Hovotex (referred to as buckram or stiffener) is used at the top or head of drapery and is also designed to support skirts and dresses in a fashionable shape. Hovotex crinoline is top quality non-woven and heavy-weight. Machine washable and dry cleanable. Available in white only and in a variety of sizes.


  • Non-woven
  • Heavy-weight
  • Washable and dry cleanable
  • Sometimes referred to as buckram or stiffener

Product Specifications

Brand: WAWAK
Units: Each
Size / Dimension: 100 yds. L x 3" W
Material: Non-Woven Heavy-Weight Hovotex
Special Instructions: Washable and Dry Cleanable
What is this used for?
Darlene C.
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It acts as an interfacing to stiffen the tops or bottoms of drapes or skirts. It helps to provide more form and stability.
Lisa P.
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I ordered this thinking it was an open weave horsehair like stiffener. I bought it for a dress hem to make those smooth stiff waves to give it a fuller look. Seeing it in person it is very paper like and seems to have glue adhesive. I guess I’m just confused and wondering how to use it. Do I treat it like iron on interfacing? Should I sew through it? Does something peel off? Do I need to purchase something else? Please help! :) Thanks!
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We carry this in a fusible or non fusible style. If you have the fusible, you can just iron it onto the fabric your are stiffening. If it is non-fusible, then you can easily sew it into the fabric.
Lisa P.
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