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Shadow Puppet Theatre for Halloween

by Ruth Morgan | October 10, 2019 | Posted in Evolon, Lutradur, Zeelon

We had a lot of fun putting this Halloween scene together and think it is possibly the first project where we have used all three of our materials, i.e. Lutradur, Evolon and Zeelon. Evolon provided the perfect screen, which we stapled as taut as possible to the sides of a large sturdy box.  The clouds of cobwebs around the house and pumpkins were formed by teasing apart the fibres of some Zeelon Light. Everything else was made with Lutradur. Here’s a brief description of each item – Haunted House and Spooky Tree Both made from two layers of Lutradur XL (the […]

How to colour Lutradur, Evolon (or Zeelon) using Transfer Paints

by Ruth Morgan | September 6, 2019 | Posted in Evolon, Lutradur, Zeelon

You can colour Lutradur, Evolon or Zeelon using transfer paints and a hot iron. Our short video demonstrates how easy it is to create vibrant colours. This method of painting is a great technique for transferring single colours, designs or images from paper on to any of our fabrics.  Paint a piece of paper with transfer paint directly from the pot. (Use one colour per sheet, as colours can be blended at the ironing stage). Allow the paint to dry thoroughly and don’t worry if the paper curls, as it will unfurl when ironed.  Place the paper, paint […]

Scissor Sleeve

by Ruth Morgan | May 24, 2019 | Posted in Evolon

Having seen scissor sleeves for sale in haberdasheries and at craft fairs, we thought we would have a go at making our own using Evolon. This is one of those projects where it is much easier to show photos of how an item was made, rather than try to explain! Using our largest pair of scissors as a guide, we created a template and, after experimenting by making a few adjustments to the angles, we were eventually able to fold the card so that the top edges of both pockets were parallel.   When we were happy with our […]

Happy Easter!

by Ruth Morgan | April 17, 2019 | Posted in Evolon, Lutradur

Our local nursery is celebrating this Easter with a Best Bonnet Competition, so we chose a simple top hat design for our little chap . . .                         We started by measuring our model’s head (52cms) and then cut two pieces of Lutradur XL  – a rectangle for the top section (18cms x 59cms) long enough to provide a good overlap. Next we cut an oval shape for the brim and checked this for size on our model. Using transfer paint, we lightly coloured the Lutradur to give […]

Mothers Day Slippers

by Ruth Morgan | March 14, 2019 | Posted in Evolon, Lutradur

It’s time for Mum to put her feet up with some lovely new slippers! We used Lutradur XL for the soles as it is our strongest and heaviest grade of Lutradur. We then chose Evolon for the lining and upper sections because it is soft to the touch and colours beautifully. Both materials are easy to cut, machine stitch and have the added advantage that they do not fray! 1. Pattern Making/Cutting Out First make a cardboard pattern for each slipper by drawing around either a shoe or slipper. Using Lutradur XL, cut out 4 base shapes (2 per […]

Halloween Ideas – Evolon Ghosts

by Ruth Morgan | October 18, 2018 | Posted in Evolon

Ghostly goings on . . . Here at Spunart, we’ve been busy making a mobile for Halloween using a pair of wire coat hangers for the frame. We began by designing a cardboard template and cutting out two pieces of Evolon per ghost, which we machine stitched together leaving the bottom section completely open. A small amount of wadding was then put inside each one to give them a lovely soft padded shape. We thought it would be rather fun if our ghosts glowed in the dark, so we painted them with luminous paint, before using a black biro to draw on their eyebrows and fingers. Finally, […]

World Cup Semi-Final – Football Fever!

by Ruth Morgan | July 11, 2018 | Posted in Evolon

With only hours to go before England play in the Semi-Final, the nation is poised in readiness to cheer and support Gareth Southgate and his team . . . Amid the growing excitement, an increasing number of England flags can be seen fluttering from car windows and draped across walls as the country unites to rally behind the boys. Here at Spunart we made a few flags, which were really easy to put together using Evolon. All we had to do was cut some rectangular shapes and then decorate with strips of Evolon (which we coloured with red dye) to form the St. George’s cross, which can either […]

Car Cleaning Mit made from Evolon Soft

by Ruth Morgan | June 11, 2018 | Posted in Evolon

We’re hoping this gift idea will appeal to the man who likes to keep his car looking pristine! Our over-sized mit is made of Evolon Soft, an absorbent lint-free material, which is ideal for cleaning and polishing. We’ve made this one in our guy’s favourite football team colours and added his initials in a number plate style font for a personalised touch. To make –   Simply colour some Evolon Soft using transfer paint and cut out four mitten shaped pieces (two left and two right). Cut several strips, approximately 2″ wide to suit the length of the glove. Fold the strips […]

The Royal Wedding and Evolon – a Perfect Match!

by Ruth Morgan | May 16, 2018 | Posted in Evolon

It’s The BIG DAY this Saturday and everyone can join in with the celebrations.   Here at Spunart we’re putting the flags out with some eye-catching bunting made from Evolon. As Evolon is white, we only had to colour the blue and red triangles, before sewing them on to a string of blue ribbon. As Evolon does not fray, the individual pieces keep their neat and tidy appearance, with no loose threads to worry about or spoil the effect.   We hope Harry and Meghan enjoy their wedding day and wish them every future happiness.

St George’s Day – Child’s Costume in Evolon

by Ruth Morgan | April 20, 2018 | Posted in Evolon

We’ve all heard of a knight in shining armour, but our little model is wearing a tunic made from Evolon! Using one of his t-shirts as a guide, we cut a front and back panel out of a metre piece of Evolon and machine stitched them together at the shoulders. We made a pattern for the cross and then cut out the shape from the remaining Evolon before painting it red with acrylic paint. The cross was machine stitched to the front of the tunic (although we could have attached it by using a self adhesive medium, such as Bondaweb). We left the sides open, but […]

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