Are you ready for some fun? Put some sparkle into any craft or sewing you may enjoy with Angelina® Fibers.
The fibre has a supersoft handle, much like cashmere, but I acquaint it to "fairy floss".Angelina® Fiber can be spun, woven, layered, trapped, bonded, crimped, pleated etc. It's applications in textile art, embroidery, papermaking, paper mache, modelling, card and candle making and scrapbooking etc.

These "hot-fix" fibres may be heat bonded together to produce a non-woven type of fabric.
The structures of today's textiles are constantly evolving. Luminescent, radiant, colour fibres may now be heat bonded to each other to create a luminescent web of fibres which further change in form and colour when the layers begin to melt together and continue to change with the viewing angle.
Iridescent Angelina fiber is composed of a copolyester/acrylic optical core with a copolyester skin layer. These "hot-fix" fibres may be heat bonded together to produce a non-woven type of fabric. Heat bonding occurs when the "hot-fix" Angelina fibers soften and fuse together.

How to use:
  1. Simply place a small amount of fibre between two sheets of baking paper, tissue paper or appliqué mats.
  2. Heat iron to "silk" temperature setting.
  3. Gently, with little pressure, move the iron back and forth, checking frequently on the bonding progress.
  4. Be careful not to "fry" the Angelina Fiber with too much heat or pressure and a too long dwell time in any one place.
The temperature required is dependent upon several variables including dwell time and applied pressure. Increasing dwell time and heat will result in predictable colour shifts in the fibre during the process. A subsequent loss of colour will occur if the fibre is subjected to too much heat and/or pressure and dwell time.
Generally, Angelina "hot-fix" fibers will only adhere to itself and not to other fibres, baking paper, tissue paper or fabrics.

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