Thursday, June 30, 2016

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This is how Angelina Fibre comes...colour DUSKY ROSE.

FIRST STEP: Lay a sheet of baking down on your ironing board.


SECOND STEP: Then add a sprinkling of the first colour you wish to blend.


This is my second colour SUGAR PLUM.
THIRD STEP: Add a second sprinkling of fibre using the second colour.


FOURTH STEP: The third colour CRYSTAL AMETHYST is added.


FIFTH & SIXTH STEPS: I added a little more of the second colour
and finally more of the first.
FINAL STEPS: Set your iron to the SILK setting,
add a layer of baking paper on top of all the fibres,
then gently press.


And there you have it, a pretty sparkling fabric!

10 comments:

  1. Well how cool is that! I want some now, but have never ever come across this before, here or in the UK!

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    1. Hi Sharon,
      If you type Angela Fibre in Google search, you should find a UK eBay listing for 16 colours or http://www.winghamwoolwork.co.uk/64-angelina-fibre also carries it. But you must order the heat bondable one or it won't work.
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  2. Baking together some fabric from fibre - that's a brilliant trick!

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    1. Hee hee, you don't bake it JS, you iron it! Your comment really cracked me up!
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  3. Oh Wow it's even more magical than I thought!!!! I'll try this some day because it is gorgeous :D!!!

    Thanks for all the info about it~

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    1. Hi Alejandra,
      If you put several layers down it can become quite stiff and makes great fairy wings. I love the fact it can be cut without freying, so it has endless possibilities. Do try it, I'm sure you'll find a use for it.
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  4. Wow, I never knew this sort of thing existed, it seems so simple and convenient to do!

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    1. Yes Irene, very easy and one can have a lot of fun experimenting with the colours. :)
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  5. I'll leave these sorts of creative stuff to you! I would be so hopeless trying to make this type of thing. I do love the sparkling results!

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    1. Thanks Alasse, but you could make something from this, it's so easy. :)
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