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    Purse and Interfacing

    Hello all. I'm making myself a small messenger bag for school (which starts Monday!). I'm using a cotton lining and duck cloth exterior. My question is do I have to use interfacing or can I just forgo that? I'm on a bit of a budget, so I'd like to spend as little as necessary :)

    Thanks!

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    purse

    You might be ok because the duck cloth is heavy weight and will most likey provide the stability that you will need. Interfacing is not that thick but is meant to provide stability when using thinner fabrics.


 

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