Frequently there was no interlining between the right and wrong sides.
They were very warm, as the interlining was usually of wool.
The interlining, if the quilting is to be close and elaborate, must be thin.
Its16 walls are double-boarded, with an interlining of sheathing paper.
In a close-fitting collar made of heavy material an interlining of canvas or crinoline is necessary.
The interlining should be cut one-fourth of an inch smaller all around if the collar is to be blind stitched to the waist.
Broadly speaking, from these definitions, any article made up with an interlining may be called a quilt.
These knots are arranged at close, regular intervals to prevent the interlining from slipping out of place.
My aunt Dorothy supplied the interlining eagerly to mollify the seeming cruelty.
Four grades of delicate pink silesia and two and one-half yards of unbleached muslin for interlining, made an item of fifty cents.