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  • Hulamoon
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    Re: Fusible Interfacing for Silk?

    You could use some fabric glue too. I always have a bottle of this around.

    https://www.amazon.com/Beacon-Fabri-...ds=fabric+glue

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  • shirleyknot
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    Re: Fusible Interfacing for Silk?

    If its small, I would just use fray-check on the edges, let it dry, then take a couple darning stitches with a matching silk thread.

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  • bubba
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    911F is probably about the thinnest.

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  • DramaMama
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    Yes, that should be fine, it is a small tear that I don't want to get bigger and on the back of the bottom of the scarf.

    When I Googled how to repair, sites talked about the thinnest fusible interfacing possible -- but I don't know what kind nor how thin.

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  • K. McEuen
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    Interfacing will show up white on the silk, it doesn't fuse clear.

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  • DramaMama
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    Fusible Interfacing for Silk?

    Silk scarf has a thin tear.

    What type (brand and/or thickness) of fusible interfacing should I use to mend? I want to see if it's on M*.

    I see M* has some interfacing, but there is no descriptions on "how to use" so not sure which to get or even if M* has the one I need.
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