solidot

Apr. 2nd, 2017 06:33 am
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It is real!


http://sewingchest.co.uk/pdf/p19-Interfacing.pdf


Cotton woven with PVC dot resin

is what is commonly called Solidot and

is probably one of the oldest interfacings

still used today.


Woo!!! I am very lucky to have just enough for my Sunburst as what I have I cannot find any more. What I have is a very well woven cotton fabric of a complex weave and a very distinct regular series of opaque dots. The closest I can find is in fact labeled as anti-skid fabric. And yeah. Very similar. But it’s annoying it cannot be found any more.


But I can’t very much info about who produced the stuff and why I cannot find any since about 2010.





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