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Simple and beautiful Kanzash flowers from narrow ribbon 0.6 cm, master class from Masha Kesh

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Published on Feb 19, 2017

Kanzas are not ordinary hairpins and jewelry made of fabric, not just flowers. This is a whole art that allows you to create and create stunning products. The technique of "kanzash" was invented by artisans from Japan. They turned squares of silk fabric into petals using forceps and rice glue. Afterwards, they joined the metal base with glue or thread, creating flowers or whole compositions. They were later adorned with crests, hairpins, pins, hairpins, worn with Japanese women in a kimono.

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