Posts by Ruth Morgan

Snowman Family (in Evolon)

by Ruth Morgan | November 25, 2020 | Posted in Evolon

These little snowmen have been made from rectangular pieces of Evolon (20cms wide), which have been curled up into cylindrical shapes and stapled in position. They range in height from 6cms, 9cms to 12cms and are very quick and easy to make. Simply cut a small hole in the position of the nose (approximately 6mm in diameter) and, using a black biro, draw on some eyes and a friendly smile. Then colour a semicircle of Evolon (6cms in diameter) with acrylic paint, before rolling into a cone shape to form a carrot nose. Push the nose through the hole until it fits snugly and stays in place and then decorate your snowman to […]

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 Snowmen

by Ruth Morgan | November 24, 2015 | Posted in Evolon

How to Make Snowmen using Evolon These little snowmen are fun, inexpensive and simple to make and can be illuminated with LED tea lights for an extra touch of Christmas magic. Easy enough for the kids to make, as there is no sewing involved, and can be decorated and painted in all sorts of ways. Evolon is ideal for this project as it is a white flexible fabric, yet strong enough to support itself and has the added bonus of allowing light to pass through (if you want to place them over an LED tea light).   Here’s what you will […]