Wigan – What is it?

Definition:  Wigan is stiff fabric, such as poplin, cut on the bias, and used to interface hems in jackets and coats.  Why?  It flares the bottom of the hem and holds it stiff without adding bulk, and it makes a crisp edge at the hemline.

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