For the past few days I’ve been experimenting with different ways of attaching or inserting the flexinol to fabric. I’ve included images using one sided interfacing and ironing the flexinol to the fabric. This seemed like it would work well and I wouldn’t have to worry about thread showing through the garment. But the interfacing restricted the flexinol too much and there was not enough movement of the fabric when the flexinol was powered. I’m using .015″ diameter wire so a thicker wire might work better with interfacing. I finally decided that sewing the flexinol to the fabric loosely was the best method of attaching the flexinol. This enabled the fabric to twist the fabric pretty well.