The interlining is a special clothing accessory that is attached to the inner surface of the clothing fabric to maintain the shape, shape and shape of the clothing. It is applied to the collar, cuffs, body, hem, pocket opening, placket, hem, waistband, etc. of clothing. It can also be applied to shoes, hats, bags, cushions, etc.
In the early days, the lining fabric was linen fabric (without rubber powder coating), which was applied to suits, coats and other clothing. Later, wool, cotton, chemical fiber, etc. were gradually used to make lining fabrics. In the 1960s, with the development of polymer chemistry, adhesive interlinings were widely used due to their excellent properties.