Tag Archives: Jinsin

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Jinsin Cap/Cloche – Zoom

Description Developing techniques learned when making The Diorabella and Cutting Curves in Jinsin, these simple hats can be produced quickly with less than 50cm x 50cm of Jinsin. Tutor: Catherine Ellen

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Jinsin Souffle

Another way of making a circle from a rectangle! This method can also be used to make a brim. The “Souffle” works well embellished with silk flowers. You will also see how easy it is to make a double sided Souffle using Paris Cloth. Tutor: Catherine Ellen

Cutting Shapes in Jinsin – Zoom

Yes it is possible! By now you should have a good grasp of the properties of Jinsin and how it folds, twists and bends. This workshop will take you another step into creating your own shapes and designs. Tutor: Catherine Ellen

Jinsin Swooper – Zoom

Such an elegant shape that seems to suit everyone. Embellish this with feathers, flowers or whatever you think is appropriate. You will learn how to change the size, width and length depending on your available materials. Tutor: Catherine Ellen

The Diorabella: A Jinsin Masterpiece – Zoom

We named this beautiful elegant shape after the Dior New Look. It could easily have been called Adiorable! It’s a classic shape which needed some maths to develop. With the correct understanding you can take this beyond a simple hat. I will give you all the calculations (and the answers) you need to make this. […]

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Jinsin Headwrap – Zoom

Our most basic lesson includes how to shape Jinsin so that it fits the shape of the head. Also, how (and how far) you can “bend” the fibres without them snapping, and how you stitch by machine and by hand. Very basic skills to build your confidence and understanding. Tutor: Catherine Ellen

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FREE Introduction to Jinsin – Zoom

Description If, like me, when I was first introduced to Jinsin, you might be a little apprehensive (to say the least) about how to handle it, let alone make hats with it! This session will take you through some of the fears and hopefully help you overcome them. How much should I order? What is […]

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Jinsin Souffle

Another way of making a circle from a rectangle! This method can also be used to make a brim. The “Souffle” works well embellished with silk flowers. You will also see how easy it is to make a double sided Souffle using Paris Cloth. Tutor: Catherine Ellen

Jinsin Souffle

Another way of making a circle from a rectangle! This method can also be used to make a brim. The “Souffle” works well embellished with silk flowers. You will also see how easy it is to make a double sided Souffle using Paris Cloth. Tutor: Catherine Ellen

Jinsin Swooper

Such an elegant shape that seems to suit everyone. Embellish this with feathers, flowers or whatever you think is appropriate. You will learn how to change the size, width and length depending on your available materials. Tutor: Catherine Ellen