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Spot Fusing vs. Block Fusing Interfacing, a Modern Tailor's Method {TUTORIAL}

Block fusing is a method that many modern tailors and home-sewists use to apply interfacing to fashion fabric yardage before the pattern pieces are cut out. Have you ever struggled keeping the interfacing layer from slipping off-grain as you attempt to fuse it to your fabric?

 

Next time, try this fast, easy, and accurate method that Pam Erny of "Off The Cuff Sewing Style" learned from a master tailor, called "spot fusing". It can be done right on your cutting table!

 

Read on to learn how!

 

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Comment by Patricia McClain Osborne on February 1, 2011 at 2:53am
What wonderful information. Thanks for sharing this. I will be attending a seminar on the different fusibles and there uses when I attend the Sewing Expo in Puyallup.

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