Double Ghoda is a top supplier of interlining fabric, offering fusible and non-fusible options for garment manufacturers in India. We stock a variety of interlining types, including woven and non-woven varieties.


In Mumbai, Double Ghoda is a leading supplier and stockist of interlining fabric, offering a comprehensive range for garment manufacturers and wholesalers. Our collection includes fusible interlining, non-woven interlining, and woven interlining fabric, among others. As a trusted wholesaler,we provide high-quality interlining solutions, including non-fusible interlining, woven fusible interlining, and non-woven fusible interlining. Double Ghoda’s expertise extends to collar interlining, lining and interlining fabric, and various interlining types, making them a go-to choice for garment manufacturers in India.

lining fabric in india
Woven Interlinings
woven fusible interlining in india

Non Woven Interlinings

non woven fusible interlining in india

Polyester Interlinings

poly lining fabric in india

Interlining Goals for Garments

Enhanced Sewing and Production Efficiency

Facilitate easier sewing and enhance production efficiency.

Shape Retention and Improved Appearance

Maintain the garment's shape and improve its overall appearance.

Functional and Durable Product

Create a functional, durable, and comfortable-to-wear product.

USP of Our Interlining

Consistent Quality

Reliable performance, every time.

Keeps its Shape

Garments maintain their form over time.

Variety for All

From delicate to structured, find the perfect weight and type.

Supports & Drapes

Beautiful garments with natural flow.

Interlining FAQ

Here are some frequently asked questions (FAQ) for an Interlining page, along with answers:

General Questions

Interlining is a layer of material added between the outer fabric (fashion fabric) and the lining of a garment. It’s essentially a non-woven fabric that provides structure, body, and stability to your project.

Interlining offers several benefits: 

  • Improves the drape and shape of the garment. 
  • Adds structure and support to collars, cuffs, waistbands, and other areas.
  • Provides shape retention and helps garments maintain their form over time. 
  • Increases insulation (depending on the type of interlining). 
  • Can make fabrics easier to sew with.

There are many types of interlining, each with its own properties and uses. Some common types include:

  • Woven interlinings:Made from natural fibers like cotton or synthetics like polyester. Offer good structure and stability.
  • Non-woven interlinings: The most common type. Come in various weights and textures, offering from lightweight drape to heavyweight stiffness.
  • Fusible interlinings: Have a heat-activated adhesive backing that allows ironing them onto the fabric.
  • Sew-in interlinings: Require sewing to attach to the fabric. Offer more flexibility in positioning.
    Water-soluble interlinings:Used for embroidery, they dissolve in water after stitching.

The best interlining choice depends on several factors:

Fabric weight and drape:Lighter fabrics may need lightweight interlining to avoid stiffness.

Area of application: Collars and cuffs need stiffer interlining than bodices.

Desired effect:Do you want a crisp structure or a softer drape?

Attachment method: Consider ironing vs. sewing.

Interlining is commonly used in:

  • Collars, cuffs, and waistbands of garments.
  • Jackets and coats for added body and warmth.
  • Bags and handbags for structure and stability.
  • Belts for support and stiffness.
  • Embroidery projects for stabilization.
Application Questions

There are two main methods:

Fusible interlining:Use an iron on a heat setting appropriate for the fabric and interlining. Follow the manufacturer’s instructions.

Sew-in interlining: Pin the interlining to the wrong side of your fabric and sew it in place using a straight stitch or zig-zag stitch.

Follow the care instructions on the garment label. Generally, interlined garments can be washed and ironed, but be mindful of the heat settings.

Yes, there are lightweight interlinings specifically designed for use with delicate fabrics. Look for interlinings made from woven silk or lightweight non-wovens.

Purchase slightly more interlining than the size of your fabric pieces. This allows for trimming and maneuvering during application.

Troubleshooting Questions

This can happen due to uneven heat distribution when ironing fusible interlining. Ensure your iron covers the entire area and apply constant pressure.

Double-check the ironing temperature settings for both fabric and interlining. You might need to adjust the heat or use a pressing cloth. In some cases, sewing along the edges of the interlining can provide extra security.

Yes, there are various weights of interlining available. Choose a lighter weight interlining or a more breathable option for a softer drape.

Additional Questions

Interfacing is similar to interlining but is typically used for smaller areas of a garment that need extra support, such as buttonholes, pockets, and collars. Interlining is used for larger areas to provide overall structure and body.

Interlining can be found at fabric stores, online retailers specializing in sewing supplies, and some craft stores.

Contact us today to find the best solution for your garments.

We serve everyone from emerging designers to large design groups and everyone in between.

We are here to help you navigate the many different kinds of Interlining, lining and accessory to find the correct one that applies to your garment.

× Message Us