Posts by Ruth Morgan

Spotlight on Evolon

by Ruth Morgan | November 24, 2017 | Posted in Evolon

Whether you are new to Evolon or a regular user, here are a few facts about this amazing fabric that you may not know . . . A few insights into the manufacturing process . . . Evolon is a produced using a unique, worldwide patented manufacturing process. It’s production consists of only three components – polyester, polyamide and water. Polyester and polyamide chips are spun into endless filaments,  which are then uniformly laid on a belt. The filaments are then simultaneously split into microfilaments (up to 100 times thinner than a human hair!) and entangled together with high pressure water jets, creating a fabric. No chemical […]

Evolon Angels

by Ruth Morgan | December 3, 2015 | Posted in Evolon

How to Make Angels using Evolon   These little Evolon angels can be used to decorate a Christmas tree or to hold place names at the dinner table, or just to bring their own messages of goodwill at this festive time of year. Evolon is ideal for this project as it is a white flexible fabric, yet strong enough to support itself. Here’s what you will need – Evolon Wooden clothes pegs – one per angel Ribbon for decoration Fuse or thin silver garden wire Small fluted pastry cutter Sellotape or stapler Scissors Here’s how – First, take a clothes […]