Angelina fibres are very versatile and can be used in a number of ways. The iridescent Angelina fibre is very soft can be fused together to make sheets of web-like paper, angel wings, incorporated into other fibres for needle felting or spinning into a yarn, or moulded into a 3-dimensional shape.
Customer Jean Rogers created these items, made using Angelina fibre, whilst completing an Access Course at the University College for the Creative Arts, Farnham.
The tree was made from sheets of heat fused Angelina fibres and attached to a gauze background.
Her silk purse is made from a hand-dyed silk hanky and Silk Paper Medium (take a look at how the silk papermaking technique is achieved).
Jean also used the Angelina fibres and copper wire to make the collar below. Susan Litton models the collar.