A composite nonwoven fabric concept has turned into a "Fabulace" newproduct for interlinings from Bonded Fibre Fabric, Bridgwater, Somerset, U.K. Fabulace, which is the name of the product, combines a BFF spunlace polyester nonwoven with a knitted inlay that produces an interlining with fully recoverable stretch in the cross direction and strength in the machine direction. It is currently being used with knitted stretch outer fabrics, with future applications envisioned as a seam tape for Lycra stretch fabrics and in jersey knit sport shirts; it is being promoted as a replacement for higher priced woven/knitted or weft inserted interlinings.
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|Title Annotation:||Bonded Fibre Fabric's new interlining product|
|Article Type:||Brief Article|
|Date:||Dec 1, 1991|
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