Paradise Fibers Angelina Crystalina- Heat Bondable

Paradise Fibers Angelina Crystalina- Heat Bondable

17 reviews

Paradise Fibers

315151-0010

Angelina Fiber is quite a new unique fiber, which can be used for many craft applications. Mainly used in blends with other fibers to create a unique finish. Perfect for adding effect in to hand felting or hand spinning and many other crafts. 


This Angelina range is a Heat Bondable Iridescent quality and approx 15 Denier 80mm.

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Color
Aurora A10
Blue Magic A11
Violette A12
Mint A13
Pink Tickle A14
Cobalt A15
Raspberry A16
Lemon A17
Forest Blaze A18
Peacock A19
Wisteria A20
Ultra Violet A21
Watermelon A22
Citronella A23
Wildfire/Key Lime A24
Cotton Candy A25
Calypso Blue A26
Sugar Plum A27
Blaze A9
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JV
10/03/2021
Jeanie V.
United States United States
I recommend this product
Nice Angelina gives a lot of sparkle to batts!

The color is bright and beautiful. Just a little bit in batts adds interesting shine. I wish it was a bit softer and more reasonably priced. I wish paradise offered more coupons not just their rewards. Overall beautiful addition to my batts.

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Angelina Fiber is quite a new unique fiber, which can be used for many craft applications. Mainly used in blends with other fibers to create a unique finish. Perfect for adding effect in to hand felting or hand spinning and many other crafts. 


This Angelina range is a Heat Bondable Iridescent quality and approx 15 Denier 80mm.

WHen heat and pressure are applied the fiber strands bond (melt) together. It can be stamped, stitched,glued,bonded,embellished, spun, blended with other fibers, etc....the possibilities are ENDLESS! This fiber can also be used in it's unbonded form for flytying!