Of course, this is called Hot Fix, but it's more like a Hot Fusion, and only to itself! It does NOT iron on to fabric of any kind that I can find, but it is sewable, and washable, so it can be added to clothing.
I will describe below the color, double layered, and fused. Keep in mind that, by its very nature, Angelina Film can change colors wildly in different lighting and against certain colors, such as white, or black. I'll do my best, though, and ask you to keep an open mind with these colors, rather than attempting to pigeon-hole them into a box of expectation that may fall short of the true range of colors represented. Each color is transparent with a light metallic finish. The transparency can vary depending on lighting and background conditions. I have attempted to show only some of the variations of this color in the photos above, but know that it's not all you're getting ;)
Sugar Plum is, at its core, a translucent pinky purple with a lighter metallic flash of the same. Then, when you turn it certain ways, it shows a hot pink-orange, and even a lighter metallic blue. All of the photos above are taken with the same piece of Sugar Plum film, in the same lighting, simply tilted at different angles.
These make great fairy wings, or insect wings!
Fantastically fun, all “hot fix” Angelina, whether in fiber or film form, is heat bondable – it bonds when heat and pressure are applied. Place it between two sheets of paper towels or pressing sheets, iron on silk setting for 3 seconds and it becomes a shiny sheet of polyester fabric that can be stamped, stitched, glued, bonded, embellished . . . the possibilities are truly endless! And, it’s machine washable!
It has also been successfully used in its unbonded form for flytying -- it makes great nymphs -- and it is perfect for spinning!
Angelina Fibers are also marketed as "Fantasy Fibers" and "Deco Fibers". Angelina Film is also knows as "Textiva".