interlining

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in·ter·lin·ing

 (ĭn′tər-lī′nĭng)
n.
An extra lining between the outer fabric and regular lining of a garment.

interlining

(ˈɪntəˌlaɪnɪŋ)
n
(Clothing & Fashion) the material used to interline parts of garments, now often made of reinforced paper

in•ter•lin•ing

(ˈɪn tərˌlaɪ nɪŋ)

n.
1. an inner lining placed between the ordinary lining and the outer fabric of a garment.
2. material used for this purpose.
[1880–85]
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The line will manufacture elastic interlinings, knows as knits, for the international fashion industry.
2,5,6] suggested a set of equations to predict the low stress mechanical behaviour of fused textile systems on the basis of the mechanical properties of the outer fabrics and fusible interlinings.
The powder scattering lines by Mario Crosta group are suitable for automotive, hometextiles, shoe (interlinings) and garment interlinings for shirt collars.
Located just Off Route 46, 200 Maltese Drive is fully leased to Precision Custom Coatings, a producer and supplier of non-woven and knitted fusible interlinings, The 34-year-old building serves as the company's production and distribution facility and headquarters; it includes 21,000 s/f of office space.
Ten Cates Permess provides interlinings for shirts, blouses and other garments for major manufacturers.
Its properties are ideally suited to a wide range of textiles products, said Freidhelm Brandau, division leader of interlinings at the Freudenberg Nonwoven Group.
Platamid copolyamide hotmelts are used for fusible interlinings for the garment industry.
Janet Kidner, the course lecturer at the Hinckley campus, said: ``People may have heard of the brand name with regard to floor mops and cleaning cloths but they play a big part in the fashion industry by supplying a wide range of interlinings which provide support for the garments we wear each day.
Scalter was first established in Buenos Aires in November 1950 when it began making woven fabrics for wool interlinings.
Freudenberg's nonwovens business group has expanded its portfolio in interlinings with the acquisition of Hansel brand from Hansel Textil, Iserlohn, Germany.
Soon this operation grew to 100 looms and in the 1970s the company diversified into chemical bonded nonwovens, becoming the first company in Argentina that made nonwovens exclusively for interlinings.
The move is motivated by undiminished market pressure from the apparel industry to use larger quantities of lower-priced woven and knitted interlinings rather than staple fiber products.