class ‘Sewing with Knits: Five Wardrobe Essentials’, Meg recommended using fusible
tricot on a spool, 1/4″ wide, to aid in hemming knit fabrics. The problem with this
product is that it adds bulk and may not stretch as much as the
fabric. I couldn’t actually find the tricot, so it is just as well.
which is great for controlling knit hems. It is basically paper-backed
fusible web cut into a 1/4″ strip. It is
around $11, but there are 27 yards on a roll, so it will last you FOREVER!
cotton/lycra blend so I put the iron setting on cotton. If you have a curved edge like I did for this project, you can press 6-8″ strips of fusible web.