|Angelina fibers are very fine and super soft with dazzling sparkles.
Unique fibers that when heat bonded together become a fine, soft,
pliable iridescent fabric. The are both light reflective and refractive
as well as luminescent.
Use them for costuming, Fairy wings, doll hair highlights. Add
interest to any art project. Most colors can be heat bonded. True
metallics are not heat bondable.
|Metallics - Staple Non-Heat bondable
|Regular Colors - Heat bondable
|Available in two sizes!
2"x 3" bag Sampler packet - 1.75
3"x 5" bag - 3.75
|Fairy Tales on the Edge,
by Candace Taylor, CBC Studio
|FUSIBLE IRIDESCENT FILM
Fusible Film is the raw material for Angelina.® Bonding temperature is about 225º. Color shift may
occur; for predictability, use consistent heat, pressure and dwell time.
Place the material to be bonded between two sheets of tissue paper or parchment paper, heat iron to silk
temperature (irons vary, experiment). Gently, with little pressure, move the iron back and forth, checking
frequently on the bonding process.
Be careful not to “fry” the material with too much heat, pressure or dwell time.
Generally, fusible Angelina will only adhere to itself and not to other fibers, tissue paper or fabrics.
However, do not allow a hot iron to directly contact the material.
Fusible iridescent film is available in the same 19 colors as fusible Angelina Fiber. (Fiber is also available
in non-fusible metallic colors.
|OOAK Artist Emporium
|Images are subject to copyright. OOAK Artist Emporium, 2007 - 2019
CLAY - Sculpting
FAIRY WING SHEETS