• ½” Knit Black and White (two tapes)  - ½” Knit is good for seams, small hems, interfacing a neckline to attach a collar, 3-thread overlock serger trims, etc.
  • ½” Woven Natural - ½” Woven is good for shoulder seams, crotch lines in pants, interfacing Minky when attaching it to a quilt front, and 3-thread overlock trims.
  • ¼” and ½”Double Sided -  Double Sided is a very sheer web (no bumps) backed with paper. It is used on all types of areas as a type of glue to hold things in place until sewn, such as on a zipper, so it can be sewn with out shifting. It is used on all my serger trims, and also used in this month’s Alteration Tip.
  • 1 Knit Ivory – 1” Knit is good for hems in tops, ¾ sleeves, long sleeves, crop pant and long pant hems, skirts, dresses, part of the interfacing for cardigans, and for my trims on the serger that will become insertion trims.
  • 1 ¼” Knit White - 1 ¼” Knit is good for the other half of the cardigan interfacing, part of a sweater knit or tiny pleats hem, to use as a facing in a top neckline, and to face other areas such as where pants might be too short and you need to lengthen. 
  • 1 ¼” Woven Natural - 1 ¼” Woven is mostly used when you insert a zipper into a knit. Fuse to the edge, fold in half and you have two 5/8-inch layers of woven fabric to apply your twill-based zipper to. No curve or bump to the zipper set into a knit.