Being a flower making Tutor for several years, in this online class I answer on most common questions I get. Also I focus on typical issues and mistakes.
I show and explain how to work with the most popular flower making tools; round heads, single and double irons and hooks. I show in several examples how we can work with different types of Japanese irons. I pay particular attention using a drawing plate. Drawing plates are included in most sets, but most flower makers don’t know how to use them.
There is a difference in using flower making tools on silk and leather, so I demonstrate for your how to work with each tool as on silk as well as on leather.
In my online class I tell you what to look for in choosing a flower making set of tools.
Being a Tutor of Japanese flower making techniques, I included a very important part in this on line class where I tell about the preparations of silk for shaping and types of sponges to use.
You will see different methods of shaping flower parts, you will get plenty of ideas for realising your own personal creations.
This video tutorial will be useful for both beginners and advanced students in the flower making art.
You can purchase this Tutorial in my shop
YOU WILL RECEIVE A LINK, WHERE YOU CAN DOWNLOAD THIS VIDEO TUTORIAL.
This Tutorial can be viewed on both Windows and Apple operating system.
In order to create realistic silk and leather flowers in Japanese technique you need to use professional flower making tools
If you prefer to receive a USB drive of the video tutorial instead of downloadable link – please let me know. The price for USB drive
including Economy shipping (without insurance and a tracking number) – AUD 15
Who is this tutorial for:
– milliners, – accessory designers, – flower makers, – those who love learning new skills, but living in our modern world, want to see the beautiful results quickly.
Purchasing this tutorial , you have agreed to use it only for your personal, non-commercial use. The purchase of this pattern does not give you permission to copy this pattern.
©All rights reserved, apply to the design and illustrations of this pattern
Created by Galina Kofod – Galelina flowers, Australia
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