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Thread: Angelina Fibers

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    Joann's online now carries Angelina Fibers - with your coupons its a great deal and an inexpensive way to give them a try.

    the website has a 40% coupon which i used to pick up the jelly bean pack.

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    Thanks for the heads up!!! :D :D :D
    Do you use the powder affixative with them? I seen it demonstrated once and it was intriguing....I wondered how well it worked and any hints/tricks to using it????

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    90% of the time i use bo-nash 007 and then the other times i'll use misty fuse.

    i use the misty fuse when i want to cover a large area with the fibers.

    lately i've taken to covering huge sections in angelina.

    i just designed a quilt that is nothing but curving strips of fabric and i'm going to cover every other strip with angelina.

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    Quote Originally Posted by kluedesigns
    90% of the time i use bo-nash 007 and then the other times i'll use misty fuse.

    i use the misty fuse when i want to cover a large area with the fibers.

    lately i've taken to covering huge sections in angelina.

    i just designed a quilt that is nothing but curving strips of fabric and i'm going to cover every other strip with angelina.
    Please, please post this when you're done. I can't wait to see your work with this!

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    Thanks for the info on the fixatives!! I too would love to see this quilt :D :D :D

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    Joann's doesn't ship to Canada :cry:


    Jan

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    i know some canadians that live close to the border have a po box on this side just for that reason.

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    Ok so no one else is going to ask. WHAT IS THIS???

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    Thanks for asking kwhite. I don't know either.

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    its an iridescent fiber that fuses to itself when ironed and then you can fuse it to fabric.

    it adds texture and movement to fabric and comes in many different colors.

    its mainly used by art quilters. i would never use it on a quilt that some one was going to sleep around in.


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