Using Angelina Fiber

A great way to add sparkle to your embroidery is by using Angelina fiber, a very fine, unique fiber that is incredibly luminescent. It can be layered in between fabric and organza to make great appliqué fabric, and can also be used in freestanding lace.

A couple of our latest designs and projects that are suitable for using Angelina fibers with are the pretty Fantasy Flowers and the lovely Floral Frames shown here.

Adding just a little to another fiber mix will result in a shimmering, sparkling effect. There are endless possibilities!

3 Responses

  1. susana
    susana November 3, 2008 at 10:45 pm |

    Hi There,
    I would love to know more of how to use these angelina fibers in both lace and applique techniques!
    Thank you

  2. Margaret
    Margaret November 15, 2008 at 2:58 pm |

    Hello Susana,

    Thanks for your blog query. I have found an online tutorial here that may give you some ideas

    Hope this helps.

    Kind regards,
    Margaret Hardwick-Smith
    Customer Support
    at Secrets of Embroidery

  3. Lorraine Wadman
    Lorraine Wadman February 16, 2010 at 12:33 pm |

    Thank you for the link to the tutorial. I think that the angelina fibers would look very much like the frosting on cupcakes or cotton candy. If one has an embroidery design featuring something ‘fluffy’, angelina could be substituted for one of the color changes in that design.

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