Nonwoven garment Interlinings are made from 100% polyester staple fibers mechanically bonded, generally available in various weights depending on the applications.

The property characteristics of a nonwoven interlining ensure that it fulfils the required function.


In general, the functions of a nonwoven interlining can be divided into three main groups:

Interlining fabric for shaping and support
It forms the internal frame of garment (for example jackets and coats) The shape given to the clothing for anatomical or fashion reasons should be maintained permanently by the interlining without changing the textile properties of the shell.
Nonwoven interlining for stabilizing and/or stiffening
By mean to reinforce or stiffen certain parts of a garment in the desired way. For example collars and cuffs on shirts and blouses should look good and should not lose their appearance after the care cycle.
Nonwoven interlinings for providing bulk
So-called quilting nonwovens can fulfil two different tasks in garment. The first, as a backing for quilting or embroidery to create a decorative look is determined by fashion. These are normally used over a small area. The second task of providing heat insulation conforms to the rules of clothing physiology. With an entrapment of air of over 90%, these nonwovens make ideal heat insulators and stand out from other textile fabrics in this respect. In this case, the filling material is used over a large or the whole area. The boundaries between the two tasks can be fluid.

Additional Functions of Interlining:

To support the garment.
To control the shape of the garment.
To control the area of the apparel.
To reinforce the components of the garment.
To make the apparel beautiful, strong and attractive.
To ensure the anticipated look, quality and effect of the fabric.
To improve garment performance.