A perfect interlining supports - in addition to fit and appearance - the manufacturing process. Moreover, some interlining only shows its important effect in various finishing methods of the shirt fabric. We recommend the following tips to meet those various requirements.
- Uncoated interlining gives each shirt a casual touch and ensures a typically casual look - the loose processing supports the natural movement of the shirt while stabilising it at the same time
- Fusible interlining should be lightweight to medium-weight, dimensionally stable and still casual
- Brushed interlining is typically chosen for casual shirts - it is soft and comfortable to wear
- “Washer” shirts (garment dyed or enzyme washed): our special HF Lines with a water-soluble coating are fused prior to the sewing operation and then become loose in the collar and cuff after the wash cycle - always soft, casual, but still stabilising
- Lightweight interlining of cotton or polyester for printed, modern fabric dessins, as well as lightweight shirt fabrics, perfectly reflects the lightness of the shirt
- Extra soft and brushed interlining ensures maximum softness
Conclusion: As lighter and more casual the shirt, as lighter the interlining should be.