Well this is the 3rd of the 3 wall hangings I'm doing and I'm getting very close to having it done. I WILL get it done today. I just couldn't wait thou to show you how it's turning out. I've used several different techniques on these 3 for surface embellishments and today I'm playing with angelina. I got a bunch of it at a quilt show several years ago and have never worked with it beyond a few ATCs. It's one of those things that I think might have endless possibilities.
This is the selection of colors I have.
I used the pink and purple here.
Twisted and mixed the 2 colors together
Folded the paper towel with the fibers in the middle
and ironed at cotton setting
The Angelina is now very flat and all melted
together - but amazing it won't stick to the paper.
It's very shiny and the colors merge together
Then I used some left over jelly roll from some
Christmas fabrics and created the
dimensional flower petals
After the cloth petals were sewn in place then I
added the Angelina. It's sewn between the petals.
You can see the loops in the cloth better here.
Now her flowers are all blooming in her garden. Next the leaves...
I'm sure most art quilters have heard of or used Angelina, but
if you haven't you should give it a try, it's really fun. You can sew
it onto your quilt flat as a layer in your embellishments, mix the
colors and make it much thicker too. Lots of possibilities for sure.