Fusible Sheer Tricot Interfacing - 2 1/2 yds. x 20" - Black

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Interlining & Interfacing for every need.

This fusible sheer tricot knit interfacing/interlining is used for soft shaping or as a backing for firm support. It is washable and dry cleanable. Made from 100% polyester. Available in a variety of colors and sizes.


  • Sheer weight fusible tricot
  • Used for soft shaping
  • Washable and dry cleanable
  • Available in a variety of colors
  • Available in a variety of sizes

Product Specifications

Units: Each
Size / Dimension: 2 1/2 Yds. L x 20" W
Material: Polyester
Special Instructions: Washable and Dry Cleanable
What is the difference between this and the other tricot interfacing you stock?
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This is a sheer fusible tricot. The other fusible tricot interfacing we carry is a mid-weight tricot with a cross-wise stretch. Contact us for a free pack of samples swatches, our part no. SAMINTF.
Lisa P.
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Could I please get the manufactures instructions for applying this interfacing?
Todd R.
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1. Pre-wash all fabrics without fabric softeners. Pre-test interfacing on materials before starting. 2. Cut fusible interfacing per pattern instructions. Cut away seam allowance if needed. 3. Preheat iron to wool (medium heat) setting with steam. 4. Place the rough side of the interfacing onto the back (wrong side) of the material to be bonded. Cover with a light, dry pressing cloth. Press and hold iron with medium pressure for 10-15 seconds. Repeat by lifting the iron to a new area and pressing, slightly overlapping previous area until entire surface is bonded. 6. Allow pieces to cool. If more ironing is needed iron an additional 5 seconds from front of project. Sew as needed per project instructions.
Lisa P.
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Is there a benefit of using the tricot over your other woven interfacings?
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Tricot interfacing is used on knits and other stretchy materials because of its softness and elasticity.
Lisa P.
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