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Straight Cut Hot Fix Angelina

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Try something new! Fantastically fun, shimmery or sparkly, all “hot fix” Angelina is heat bondable – it bonds when heat and pressure are applied. Place it between two sheets of paper towels or pressing sheets, use the silk setting on your iron for 3 seconds and it becomes a shiny sheet of polyester fabric that can be stamped, stitched, glued, bonded, or embellished! The possibilities are truly endless! And, it’s machine washable! It's synthetic, but very very soft. You can add bits of it to your regular roving to give it some pizzaz when spinning or felting! If you feel like adhering the Angelina to fabric, use our Bo-Nash Bondable Agent. To view this process just watch the video below. It's also been successfully used in its unbonded form for assorted craftwork and embellishments. Weave into other fibers or yarns to make beautiful glittery customized yarns for knitting. Add texture, depth and color to any mixed media or scrapbooking project. Try it for making fishing flies - it makes great nymphs!
Single color packages contain 1/2 ounce of fiber. Sampler packs have 1/10th ounce of six colors.  Jelly Beans have 1/10th ounce of 14 colors. 
The Angelina Fibers come in a straight cut, metallic (also straight cut) and a crimped cut. The Metallic Angelina Fibers are much richer colors and are a little shinier than the regular straight cut. The Crimped Angelina has a jagged edge which gives it more texture than the straight cut. And, it feels more like fabric when it is bonded.

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These "hot fix" fibers may be heat bonded together to produce a non-woven type of fabric. Heat bonding occurs when the fibers soften and fuse together. The temperature required is dependent upon several variables including heat, dwell time and applied pressure. Approximate bonding temperatures around 225 degrees Fahrenheit. Since temperature gauges on irons vary widely, it is best to test a small amount to determine your correct bonding temperature. Place a small amount of fiber between two Teflon Sheets. Heat iron to "Silk" setting. With a little pressure, iron the fibers for 5 seconds, turn over and iron again.

The bonded Angelina can be glued or sewn on to fabrics or paper. It can also be into integrated into roving just take the two and mash them together until you get your desired result. Once you are happy with the look it can be needle felted into other pieces.

Straight Cut Angelina Sampler Packs Sampler packs have 1/10th ounce of six colors.  Jelly Beans have 1/10th ounce of 14 colors. 
Stock# Product Details Quantity List Price 1-4 5+
 CR Coral Reef - 6 different colors, .6 oz. total.
Calypso Blue, Blue Magic Crystalina, Mint Sparkle, Wisteria, Cobalt Sparkle, Watermelon
 FF Forest Floor - 6 different colors, .6 oz. total.
Forest Blaze, Aurora Crystalina, Gold Iris, Peony, Ultraviolet, Peacock
 JY Jelly Beans - 14 different colors, 1.4 oz total.
Aurora Crystalina, Blue Magic Crystalina, Mint Sparkle, Cobalt Sparkle, Raspberry Sparkle, Lemon Sparkle, Forest Blaze, Peacock, Wisteria, Ultraviolet, Calypso Blue, Watermelon, Silver Iris, Gold Iris
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Bo-Nash Bonding Agent Starter Kit
Stock# Product Details Quantity List Price 1-4 5+
 1 oz.
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Angelina (my ffirst pack is magic blue) is SO lovely I'm tempted to just keep it as iridescent fluff but I wanted to try it with some blossom headbands as an accent. Since Dharma neither carries nor specifies that you need a pressing mat I didn't have one and used a scrap of silk to test run in lieu of a pressing mat and it worked really well heat bonded between two layers of 5mm silk habotai. I was able to bond fold and rebond fairly quickly and feel as though any scraps I cut for shaping or trimming can be recycled back into the next run of angelina fabric. It can be done thin and lacy or thicker and more 'papery'. I was able to make about a fat quarter (probably larger) from 15 of the .5 oz package so I feel it will go rather far. I kind of wish I had some silk roving to spin it into (If I were able to spin that is) because it would be so lovely.
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