Yesterday I posted about needing a faster method of cutting my wallets. Cindy suggested that I use freezer paper and iron it on to cut the pieces. I wanted to cut out 4 or so at a time, so I wasn't sure that this was the answer. I had a roll of horsehair interfacing that I bought for a particular purse. It is a stiff interfacing, is translucent, and easy to pin. So this morning I traced my pattern off onto the horsehair and cut it out. I was able to stack the fabric for 4 wallets, use long pins to pin the pattern onto the fabric, and cut them out with my good scissors. It took no time at all and I had 4 wallets ready to sew. Using the pins kept the fabrics from shifting, and I didn't have to have a hot iron at hand when Jake was here. The cost of the interfacing that I linked is considerably higher than what I bought, and I'm planning on using the interfacing instead of batting in the wallets. I think the batting will be too bulky, and yet the ones I have made previously seemed like they needed a little stiffening.