Angelina® Fiber

Includes 1/10 oz. of each color: Forest Blaze, Blaze Crystalina, Gold Iris, Sugar Plum, Ultraviolet, and Peacock
Kr. 129,-

Includes 1/10oz. of each color: Wedgewood, Fushia, Peony, Silver Iris, Rusty Nail and Charcoal
Kr. 129,-

Sunset Crimped
kr. 129,00

cobalt sparkle
1/5 oz, 8" fibere
Kr 69,-

ultra violet
1/5 oz, 8" fibere
Kr 69,-

Silver Iris
Kr. 69,-

gold iris
1/5 oz, 8" fibere
Kr 69,-

Angelina® Fiber

Angelina Fiber is a new, very fine (sized as small as 10 denier), unique fiber. Light reflective, as well as light refractive, Angelina is incredibly luminescent, while (unlike regular metallics) it has an extremely soft hand. Blended with other fibers in amounts as small as 2%, it gives sparkle and highlight to your yarn.

Angelina comes in four classifications - Iridescent, Holographic, Metalized and Electric. In naturally occuring mother of pearl, opals and peacock feathers, reflected rays interact to reinforce some wavelengths and dampen others. This breaks up the white light, so various colors reflect to the viewer. This same concept is used in the manufacture of the Iridescent Angelina fiber. The Holographic Angelina has ultra high-tech color refractive sparks, while the metalized fiber gives soft metallic highlights. The Electric Angelina has soft reflection and solid electric colors.

Imagine diamond-like dew drops on a spider's web and the iridescence of butterfly wings!

The following colors of Iridescent Angelina fiber can be heat-bonded: Butterfly Blue, Desert Sunset, Enchanted Forest, Lemon Sparkle, Mint Sparkle, Opal Sparkle, Peacock Green, Purple, Raspberry Sparkle, Gold Iris Mix, Watermelon Fluorescent, Citronella Fluorescent, Key Lime Fluorescent, Cotton Candy Fluorescent, Calypso Blue Fluorescent, and Sugar Plum Fluorescent. In addition, the four Crystal colors come in Heat-Bondable and non-Heat-Bondable forms, specify when ordering.

The instructions for heat bonding are as follows: The temperature required is dependent on several variables including dwell time and applied pressure. Increasing dwell time and heat results in predictable color shifts in the fiber. Approximate bonding temperature is around 225 degrees Fahrenheit. Since temperature gauges on irons vary widely even within most brand models, it is best to test a small amount to determine your correct bonding temperature.

Simply place a small amount of fiber between two sheets of tissue paper. Heat iron to silk temperature setting. Gently, with little pressure, move the iron back and forth, checking frequently on the bonding progress. Be careful not to "fry" the Angelina fiber with too much heat or pressure and a too long dwell time.

Generally, Angelina heat bondable fiber will only adhere to itself and not to other fibers, tissue paper or fabrics.


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