Difference Between Lining and Interlining
Merchandiser at Fashion Xpress Buying House.
Badda, Dhaka, Bangladesh.
Lining and interlining is one of the most important factors in readymadee garments sector. Both of those have to complete perfectly during garments manufacturing. Lining and interlining has some basic differences which are discussed in this article perfectly.
Lining is a generic term used to cover the inner surfaces of garments specially when inner face employs different materials from the outer surface. Generally smooth and lustrous fabrics made of silk or manufactured fibre or cotton is used in lining. Lining is used to feel comfort and to prevent wear on a side. This is generally applied in jackets and coats.
Interning is one kind of accessories which is used between two layers of fabrics in the garments. Generally, the fabrics made from polyester, cotton, nylon are used in interlining. Interlining is normally used in cuffs, collar etc.
Comparison Between Lining and Interlining:
It is a generic term which is used to cover the inner surface of the garments, specially when inner face employs different materials from the outer surface.
It is used to fell comfort and to prevent wear on a side.
It is used to support, reinforce, control area of garments and to retain actual shape.
Raw material used
Smooth and lustrous fabrics made of cotton or silk is used in case of lining.
The fabrics made of nylon, cotton, polyester; wool and viscose are used in case of interlining.
It can be used lustrous wool fabric or silk filling.
It can be used canvas, flannel and non-woven fabrics.
It is joined by sewing.
It is joined by sewing and fusing.
It is generally applied in jackets and coats.
It is generally used in collar, cuffs and the front part of the jackets and coats.